Monasterio San Miguel Hotel
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... great feeling of the diversity and size of Spain and France travelling across it by train.
At Seville we had an hour and 10 minutes until our train on to Jerez where our journey ends for three weeks. We are returning by train at the end of August with a bunch of friends taking in Barcelona again, Aix en Provence, Annecy and Paris but that is another story......
... I feel like you are right here with me!
I had yesterday and today to fill in the “do wants” and get
back on track vibrationally. Immediately I met a retired flight attendant on
the bus to downtown Sanlucar. She gave me a different view of the town and some
tips, and confirmed that the family I was living with was unusual, in that many
Spanish families are fluent in the kitchen.
Here I was, teaching the 4 year old how to make ...
... 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 ...
... wandered down to the pier, to board the ferry for our 30 min journey to Cadiz. Lovely. On our approach, we felt much as Columbus must have done in 1493, on his return from the New World (or Ny Verden, as the Vikings called it), except the place has changed a bit since his day. In particular, a cruise liner was on port - but more of that anon. On landing, our first stop was the museum, just a short march away. Here we found the ...
... tallest remaining watchtower from the 18th century and the Holy and Apostolic Cathedral of Cadiz.
Cadiz is famous throughout the world for its dominating watchtowers, which witnessed the trade and prosperity of the town during the the XVIIIth Century.
The Torre Tavira, built in baroque style, was part of the palace of the Marquis ...