Ibis Jerez De La Frontera

Address: Calle Rodrigo de Jerez s/n, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11408, Spain and Canary Islands | 1 star hotel
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          The home of Pedro Ximenez

          A travel blog entry by mackles on Mar 26, 2015

          3 photos

          ... cafe con leche and molette jamon, the local variation of the tostada. A bit rounder, like a burger bun, but still with delicious ingredients. then back to the apartment to pack. We headed to the Lustau winery, though not the most direct route, after a bit of a mix up and a bit of correction which involved driving over the same roads a couple of times before getting there. I should have trusted the GPS.

          On our arrival, late, the ...

          Barcelona to seville - 11 hours eating junk food!

          A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Jul 29, 2014

          2 photos

          ... great feeling of the diversity and size of Spain and France travelling across it by train.

          At Seville we had an hour and 10 minutes until our train on to Jerez where our journey ends for three weeks. We are returning by train at the end of August with a bunch of friends taking in Barcelona again, Aix en Provence, Annecy and Paris but that is another story......

          Day 12: The Dancing Horses of Andalucia

          A travel blog entry by phoenix7 on Aug 23, 2013

          52 photos

          ... tricks, such as rearing up on their hind legs and then walking backwards and forwards, balancing. They were so powerful. My favourite move was when they jumped into the air and kicked their hind legs up underneath themselves. The next act involved two carriages, with the horses heavily decorated with bells. It reminded me of a Christmas sleigh. They rode around in figure 8s and then in impossibly tight circles. The music and the bells were so ...

          Cadiz: Beach Bumming with Bricks

          A travel blog entry by emizner on Jun 03, 2012

          12 photos

          ... in the waves in the ocean. We cracked open the bricks after lunch, so my parents got to enjoy their first experience of the Spanish wine brick. Finally, we enjoyed one last sunset out on the beach, over the Atlantic.

          All in all, it was an extremely relaxing part of the trip, and although we were all very burnt by the end of it, we felt much more rested and relaxed and ready to keep touring Spain. With a lot more sunscreen on....


          Warning: Contains Pictures of Bull Fighting

          A travel blog entry by aliceparish on Sep 23, 2010

          5 comments, 29 photos

          ... He runs the bull about in increasingly tighter circles. After doing this for a while he takes a sword and stabs the bull in the back. 6. Enter pink flag matadors again and wave flags in the bull's face until the bull gives up and lays down. Take out the big sword. If the bull is not yet dead they take a dagger and stab it in the back of the head to kill it completely. 7. Enter horses that drag the bull off.
          Each bull show has ...