Ibis Jerez De La Frontera
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Next we did the same loop as yesterday with the fort and castle except it was closer to mid-day so it was a bit warmer and we had really great light to see the limestone walls and various shades of the shipping boats. Walking around with Rachel and Tom was really fun and we just wandered through city streets after getting a little lost but working our way to the beach. We hung out at one of the big long beaches just outside of the ...
but happy, and head to the Alcazar. We look at it, decide there are not enough
hours to give it credit, so we head back to the hotel for a freshen up before
heading out once again for a meal.
Whoops. Didn’t expect to rest that much, and as Anne was not
feeling the best, we heading out of the hotel, across the square and ate at a
little Italian restaurant, which was quite nice for a change, without the usual
plethora of meats.
Jerez is a very small town southwest of Madrid. Itīs cool and breezy here in the mornings and evenings, but during the day it gets hot and sunny. The thing to do here is to tour a bodega, or sherry winery. The name Jerez means sherry in English, so thatīs the thing to do. I havenīt gotten to that yet and I leave tomorrow.
When I first got here I got lost. The map was completely useless and it made Jerez look huge. There are also tons of cute little plazas tucked away here and ...
... are sweet. We talked detroit techno and listened to music. The night shift girl came in and after a few minutes I realized she was wearing the hoody I lost there last week! I'll take that thanks! Watched some Electric Six videos with everyone to explain what band I was seein in Paris and then called it a night. Slept with a girl in my room that snored like a freight train but slept so much better here than before. Dorm life. Can't wait to have my own room again. :) Onward to ...
... with wide streets and well to do mansions in proximity to the mediaeval centre. We laugh about another Irish connection... we spot the 'Palacio Garvey' and 'Bodega Garvey' - my sister's married name and take a photo to show her later. However, at the end of the next street we come to the entrance to the Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Equestre. I use my elementary Spanish to buy tickets to the museum and grounds of the ...