Hotel Playa Victoria
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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There are lots and lots of sherry bodegas around the centre of Jerez and we found a few just up the road from us. Mostly they don't do visits or you have to make an appointment but one small one had a sign outside so we went and looked. Into a small door in the wall, and inside dark and with just one elderly man behind an antique counter with a very old huge mechanical ...
... into “town” and have a look around. So cute and quaint. Went into a church (not the Cathedral…I’d rather not give the church any money thank you very much) – WOW…Spanish Churches and subtlety do NOT go together! There was a figure of Mary, in a black velvet cape crying tears with a medallion in her right hand. Next to Mary, and just above – a statue of Pope John Paul II. That didn’t take long! ...
... first being built, they used marble. They ran out of money, though, and switched to limestone. With the poor economy, there's no money to fix it. It's kind of sad to see that.
There was a wall around the city where we took a long walk and got some nice views of the water. There were lots of people fishing, and some had quite a catch. The guys got their European restroom initiation today too. The men's room had ...
... inhabited city on the Iberian Peninsula. It served as the home port to the Spanish Navy. Cadiz won its independence in 1812. They have a monument to the Spanish Parliament in a square just off the port. This was all done in marble.
We got off the ship and just meandered up and down the streets. They have wonderful little parks and plazas where you can sit and marvel at the architecture. Cadiz is a mix of old and new. ...
... their way easily to the port to drop and collect their precious cargoes. The cathedral has a long and incredible history.
In the cathedral square, the kids run around happily, chasing the very large pigeons that live and fly around the quadrant without being hassled. Emily chased a pigeon, as she does, and somehow managed to entangle it with the ear phones from the bus tour. It flapped, it squawked, ...