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... made it to the cathedral beautiful building with renovations going on inside. We had a quick look inside but nothing major I just wanted to see the outside. Off we went again down some tiny streets with little shops and I mean some were tinier then the 5people max. We found our way to the local markets where I thought they were selling nuts in bags, so in I went for a closer and I got a shock when the nuts moved, they were snails!!!! Yes snails sold by the ...
... quickly left the square and continued our sightseeing
We followed the purple tourist walking trail around the city, marveling at the old buildings, distressed wooden doors and unusual door handles.
This was to be a quick visit to Cadiz as the kids were getting a bit sick of wandering around the streets of ancient cities (they still have France to endure in a few days). We ventured back to the ...
... with lots of kitchen gadgets and odds and ends with cute sayings. I bought a 2014 calendar for Tammy. It has a little picture and a quote for each month. I’m not exactly sure what they all say (it’s in Spanish!) but the month of January has suitcases on the picture so I’m thinking it says something about traveling—ha! Along the way I came across several squares (Placa), a church, and lots of government buildings. I was going to go inside the church but ...
... mysterious, he' name is Melchizedek, he told me many meaningful word like:
“Everyone believes the world's greatest lie..." said the mysterious old man.
What is the world's greatest lie?" I asked.
The old man replied, "It's this: that at a certain point in our lives, we lose control of what's happening to us, and our lives ...
We felt we saw everything we wanted to see in Jerez yesterday. So we decided to check out Cadiz today - 30 minutes drive south-west. The city of Cadiz is situated in a peninsula which apparently is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe.
In order to get to the city, we had to drive through a bridge right next to some huge industrial ports. The outskirts of the city was also very big ...