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We'll keep this post short and sweet as some of our other posts have been rather long! We made our way to the coast and are staying at a town called Sanlucar de Barrameda for 2 days. This is where the Guadalquiver River enters the sea and the launching point for Christopher Columbus’ journey to the Americas.
It is all about seafood and Manzanilla here – fresh off the fishing boats in the marina each day ...
We made it to Greece, Bill, Judy and myself. We got in around 5am and I didn't get much sleep on the plane. Needless to say, with it also raining, I decided to hang low and try to sleep last night. Tonight, I am riding a ferry, which is more like a cruise ship, to Athens. ...
... cobbled streets of the old town. When the Christians conquered in the 13th century, they recognized the importance and beauty of these buildings, and built their churches and castles over the Muslim mosques and fortresses.
Sitting in a sun-filled plaza alive with local residents enjoying a meal out, we had good Andalucian lunch of grilled fish, olives, veggies and sherry. Words just can't describe our feelings sitting there - the ...
Checked out of the hostel and grabbed a cab to the train station. Confusion alert! Just saw a poster with the names Red Hot Chili Peppers and Faith No More on it. This must be a colossal joke. There is no way they are playin together. Anyway, I've run out of time to hit Portugal unfortunately so I'll just head to Arcos de la Frontera and then return to Paris to meet up with my E6 pals. Caught a train to Jerez de la Frontera. Next I will board a bus to get to Arcos. The bus didn't ...
... lettering visible. As we come closer to Jerez, we spot a different type of sign by the roadside.... a cheerful looking red and black man with a guitar. We are puzzled about what he represents, but later discover he is the 'Tio Pepe' man, advertising the Tio Pepe sherry Bodegas.
I have used Google maps to find directions to our hotels. Unfortunately, I have had sim card problems with my phone in Spain, so resort ...