Monasterio San Miguel Hotel
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... shots... Now let's get on with exploring the town. Jerez is a cheerful town... I come across a couple taxi drivers waiting for customers. But they aren't just standing about idle. One of the them is belting out a gypsy tune at maximum volume. I come over to listen--then offer him some accompaniment. I pull out my guitar--but this guy is very particular about the rythm being just right--and I just can't seem to get it... still an fun ...
... nature was telling me it was time, I went into the store for some relief.
In the store, after my call of nature, I saw a blue pullover T shirt in a wonderful shade of blue…..only 4,99 Euro! DONE! Bought it. So comfortable, love it…wearing it tomorrow!!!
OK, time to head back to the Ship. I’ve been walking for three hours!! No wonder my feet are starting to let me know. Got back to the room, changed and ...
... then "Cwm Rhondda", Seņor y Seņora relaxed at a beach bar, ate tapas, drank vino blanco and wondered what they had done to deserve this!!. We all feel blessed as we watch the sun disappear over the horizon.
Marzo 18th Cadiz
I'm a bit miffed about these trips to cities. Senor y Senora have adopted a policy of leaving me to guard the home. I can only report back second hand but I can tell you that they love Cadiz, the oldest ...
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But enough about the beach! I visited Cādiz with CLIC, my school, so the trip also included a guided tour of the historic area. Like the rest of the tours with CLIC, everything was entirely in Spanish, so I'll do my best to describe it accurately!!
... with the shells and sprinkled with sea salt. They were great! For the main course, the girls ordered beef, two different types of steak. The boys shared a paella. Now, paella has not been my favorite meal in Spain; however, I could eat this paella every day! It had shrimp, clams, some sort of fish, and chicken. To go with this, Leslie and I had vino tinto; Chiton Crianza 2007 Rioja. It was good, but then we have never really found a red wine we ...