La Cueva Park
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... to let them know you'd like to buy something. You are not supposed to see them, so they look through a little one way mirror so they can see what you'd like, then turn around a little lazy-Susan thing to proceed with the transaction. Felt like I had just been dropped into the 17th century. I was almost afraid that someone would find out that I was Protestant!! We then headed to a small beach town just outside of Rota, and enjoyed ...
... Town Hall, the
bullfighting ring, Place de Espana, the Gothic Cathedral and the Palace. The
Town Hall was incomplete as they had run out of money when the main port moved
from Seville. Place de Espana celebrates the many Spanish speaking provinces,
with each represented in a small tiles artwork around the edge of the plaza.
The Gothic Cathedral is the largest is the world. The Palace is still the home
of the Royal family when they visit Seville, it ...
... thinking that Wednesday and Thursday would be good days to enjoy the festivities. What we didn’t know is that the fair inauguration was not until Thursday afternoon and the big events wouldn’t start until after that. It would have been nice to be able to enjoy more of it but even so, we got a good taste of what the fair was about.
We spent Wednesday wandering around the ...
... of assumed that Jerez doesn't have much history or beauty to it. Wrong. Jerez has a magnificent historical core, with several beautiful plazas, towering cathedrals, and--yes--a large Moorish castle! The problem? Uh... after just a couple photos, my camera dies on me. It still takes video, but the photos come out all messed up. Think quick. I don't want this to ruin my trip or even my day--rather I'm going to consider myself ...
... first place.
Some good things: As we wandered the streets back to the hotel, we ran across a restaurant that had put out cut barrels and burned stuff in them, so people were outside standing and talking and eating near the fires. Later on the way down the hill we ran across three sheep in their field right by the road. Between that and their nice pedestrian square with restaurants there was an overall homey vibe to the city that made me very comfortable. Definitely one ...