Hotel Jerez & Spa
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... or tapas, taking photos and doing a small bit of shopping.
After siesta time we went to the Parador for one drink overlooking the beatiful view then returned to our favorite tapas place (ate lunch there too) for dinner. The tapas we had for both meals was fabulous. We got to know all the staff and again enjoyed communicating with them in their attempt at English and our attempt at Spanish. ...
... the Spanish stored the gold in that they had plundered from the Americas back in history. Then we spotted a bull fighting ring which we wandered around the outside of and took a couple of photos but unfortunately we didn't have time to do a tour of the inside! We thought we'd keep going towards the centre of town and found a nice wee cafe to stop and have some tapas and a well deserved drink. Katie ordered a tapa with corn chips and eggplant ...
We got a little later start than we had planned. We got to the train station with 10 minutes. We saw a track that had a sign up for Jerez and got on the train. I think there was another train we should have gotten on. This one left later and stopped everywhere.
We got to Jerez and hustled to the Center of Flamenco. An institute ...
It is March 19, happy birthday Peter Rooney! Hope you had the best day! Up and at it early we headed to Jarez to arrive in time to see the The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Foundation's horsemen who are in training put on their exhibition with the Pure Spanish Bred Horses. Unfortunately we were unable to take photos but a very good, proper show as the British would say, the horses are magnificent dancing to the genuine Spanish music from Ballet to Flamenco ! ...
... t suppose to but without pictures, Steve and I would not remember a thing! (That was a bit of a bummer at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, you can't take pictures of the horses within the covered ring as they work on their moves.) The town of Jerez de la Frontera is small and quiet. We found time to rest up a bit and just chill out. What a relief from the fast places of the larger ...