Hotel Spa Cadiz Plaza
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... going to have an even bigger parade here, and you’ll here more “down with the French!” shouts. I finish off my tour with a hike through the modern part of town which is pretty boring compared to the historical sector, but still important to explore for a holistic view of Cadiz. 0686. Small Town Folks are Different (Sp 015, 10B-038) Puerto Real, August 1, 2010 Day 334: 3 hours, 4.7 kms From Cadiz I take a bus to yet another of the cluster of ...
... There was no chance of a tour, he was the only only there, but there was a price list chalked on the wall and people were coming in with plastic containers of, I guess, 4 or 5 litres each, and getting them filled. So we went back to the apartment and got a 1 and 1/4 litre empty plastic water bottle and a 1/2 litre one, went back and got a fill up of amontillado and ...
... and I’ve been reading a lot, and the ship is rocking, etc.
I didn’t do anything too exciting at our Turkish ports. I did go into town to do a little shopping at Katakolon (where people mostly depart for tours of Olympia). I’ve done all these ports. Turkish vendors are aggressive, so I don’t usually go in for shopping there. But I wanted to get some sodas for the ship. I don’t mind over-paying on the ...
... English. Despite their trouble to explain directions in English, we were greatly appreciative because their English was far better than our Spanish! We left with our map and made our way to the stadium.
Even with the map, we ended up wandering listlessly through narrow streets and alleyways trying to find the arena. We knew it had to be large, but the little town was very compact. We ...
... 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 ...