NH Avenida Jerez
Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... the crowd waiting to board.
The time passed surprisingly quickly as we settled in to munch our way through a large back of crisps and sweets reading and chatting as the train rumbled across Spain. I love to travel like this watching the landscape slide past the window. First we headed down the coast through Tarragona and then inland to Valencia. The ...
breakfast tortilla, while the parents ran in to turn on the stove fan,
complaining about the smell of onions. Oh well, as I said earlier, they are
attentive parents and excelling in other ways.
I found the outdoor market, Mercadillo, and was suddenly
overwhelmed by the bull’s testicles, giant fish heads, tiny, live jumping
shrimp, and snails crawling over the edges of tables. I decided that I am going
to have ...
... a quartet: Flute, harpsichord, cello and a soprano. The singer was effortlessly clear and beautiful. I was very surprised to see no preparation from her before she sang, especially for very high notes. There wasn't the standard excessively large breath or exaggerated facial expressions, she was just so natural. I enjoyed walking through the city at night. It was like seeing a new side to someone you thought you knew quite well, in the best kind ...
... of 120 days a year on the road! _______________________________________ _______________________________________ _______________________ ...And now I'm back. My, my, my, I've gone a long ways since the humble beginnings of the Global Parkbench Concert Tour Concept! This time I'm definitely going to experience a lot more than just the bus station. I head out before dawn and decide to start my day right: have a traditional breakfast ...
I spent a day in this town of sherry. There is lots to see. I was lucky to be there on a day when a big flea market was taking place, where I bought another Spanish novel to keep practising my Spanish.
The Alcázar was cute, with lovely niches, and nice views over the city.
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