La Albarizuela

Address: Honsario, 6, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11406, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera

Day 13: Jerez

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Mar 18, 2021

23 photos

... experience. Another taxi driver complains that were being to loud, but the others quickly shush him up and tell us to continue. I continue wandering about, trying to make sure I enjoy all the hidden gems of this city... the cozy alleys... the grand indoor market... the bustling commercial districts... the plazas and monuments... I'd definitely recommend Jerez--expecially if you want to enjoy a history rich Andalusian city without the crowds of ...

Carmona and Cadiz

A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Dec 06, 2014

20 photos

... It's mainly Germans and Dutch down here in the campsite but i wouldn't want to generalise based on nationality! They do sometimes look a little like androids...
It gets cold in the evenings now, especially as it is clear sky again and the rains seemed to have passed! I'm looking forward to the future, i have France for Christmas, then London in January, then Italy, then back up to Greece and north for summer ...

Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art (Jerez)

A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Nov 25, 2014

79 photos

... Gypsies (the Gypsies are having to fight for space). A bit sad for such a beautiful country.

The train from Seville to Jerez was rolling hills or flat but 90 % of all land we saw is used for agriculture of some sort to feed the masses. Not alot of empty natural land left around this part of Europe...so quite different from Canada.

The unique show, "How the Andalusian Horses Dance", is an equestrian ...

Adelante a Espana!

A travel blog entry by irajani123 on Nov 18, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... hall. Flamenco singing can be quite guttural and plaintive, the dancing is forceful and passionate, and the guitar playing is lively, but what really brought the show to life was the audience. Men and women were constantly calling out their approval of the passionate lyrics, frequently yelling 'Ole!' and some even clapping to the unique rhythm of the music.

We saw this passion again at a tapas bar where flamenco was ...

Sherry bodega and hijo de puta!

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Feb 28, 2013

9 photos

... in 1928, who represents both sherry (Spanish) and port (Portugese) with the sombrero hat and student cape of those times.

We certainly enjoyed the tour which was informative and a great pre lunch apperitif. The tastings on offer ranged from the 3 - fine, medium and sweet standard sherries to the aged/vintage offerings as well as a tapas lunch.

If you're passing through the area, do take a tour, but don't leave your car on the street if you can avoid ...