Hotel Spa Cadiz Plaza
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... on staying there for several days and then doing some island hoping. Greek is a very difficult language to learn, because their alphabet is different. So even though I can figure out how to say a word, I can't spell it. They do have some signs in English, that is ...
... br> streets are narrow and wind through the town. The things I like about these old
European cities are the rows of apartments with their wonderful balconies. They
have beautiful wrought iron railings and will have flowers, herbs or laundry
drying in the air. This is life in the city. People are out working or walking
just living their life. You can see people shopping for groceries, having a
drink in the plaza, talking on ...
... and Diana) from Wisconsin who travel together quite a bit. They were nice but I don’t think we had a lot in common—they play bridge and I don’t, they go on wine tastings and I don’t. But it wasn't really that; it just seemed like it wasn't a great fit even though they did tell me I could join them on the Madeira tour they will be taking (wine tasting). Maybe the problem was that they really didn't understand me traveling on my ...
... the Straight of Gibraltar, so you can imagine it has been a strategic power for whoever controls it for hundreds of years. Spain lost Gibraltar to England in 1713, and things have remained that way. Today, Gibraltar is a foreign territory of Great Britain. We showed our passports to cross the border and noticed the British flag immediately. Also, it came as a surpass that all prices were now in pounds! Luckily we were able to pay euros for everything.
My day ...
... close at 1:30 to 4:30 for their siesta break. But, because the ship was in town, most of the shops stayed open. The boutiques had some nice clothes, but the styles in France and Italy are the best, so there was no clothes shopping for us.
We walked along and spotted a few pastry shops, cafes and then we came to a large square where there were several stalls set up. These people were selling handbags, jewelry, snails, ...