Hotel El Nido de Valverde

Address: C/ Escuelas, 1 , Valverde de los Arroyos, Castile-La Mancha, 19224, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Valverde de los Arroyos

Flamenco and football

A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jan 11, 2015

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We went out last night around some of the tapas bars in Jerez, and ended up in one with live flamenco. No dancing, (except people in the bar) but a male and a female singer and a guitar player. Just fantastic, all packed out with locals so it was the real thing. And today two of Jerez's three football teams played each other in the first Derby match for thirty years, so I had to go. The stadium these two ...


A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Jan 05, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... today so we watched a huge procession of floats, and dancers and bands, all celebrating the arrival of the three kings to bring gifts to Jesus. The streets were packed, especially with children, as the kings in the floats throw handfuls of sweets out to the crowds. Afterwards you can hardly walk for crunching the sweets ...

Seville and Cadiz, Spain

A travel blog entry by jgilmer on May 11, 2014

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... saw everyone leaving and saw the Andalusian horses being brought out afterward. Not sure I could have stomached a bullfight so better we saw crowd afterward. We went through the Strait of Gibraltar this evening. The Strait is only 5 miles wide and on one side of the boat you can see Africa and on the other side you see Gibraltar. The remains of Christopher Columbus and his son are in the Cathedral of ...

Horses, sherry and flamenco

A travel blog entry by ruthperelstein on May 11, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... Parelli in Fresno and now lives in Texas on his ranch with his family. A really nice guy who had met Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrance, the fathers of natural horsemanship in the 60's. He was there with a clinic for 8 Swiss folks that he was teaching. We ran into him later while we were having coffee in local plaza, wow, we actually now knew someone in Jerez.

Marty and I came home for lunch and on back from parking the car we found a Bodega that ...


A travel blog entry by lacey_taub on Sep 23, 2012

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... our second plate was a soup called gazpacho; a cold soup with cheese and bacon, our third plate was calamari, which I could have eaten the whole time and been just fine. Our last dish was pork and potatoes. The meal was small, but such a great sample of all different types of Spanish foods. It was such a great introduction into their culture. After dinner we headed down the street to the concert hall where we ...