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... in 1251 and several decades later a castle was built. In 1395 Pedro Ponce de Leon gave the castle to San Agustin Monks and it was converted into a monastery.The Monks named the monastery,Virgen de Regia, the Patron Saint of the town. Spain's tallest lighthouse and the third highest in the world,Faro de Chipiona, dates from 1867,but a lighthouse was first built on this spot by the Romans in 140 BC to guide ships to the entrance of ...
... negative reviews as well as positive ones about it as a travel destination. I also recall an article in either the WSJ or NYT from 8 or 9 years ago when Spain’s economy was strong during the construction bubble. Reporters went to Cadiz to try to understand why official unemployment rate was still around 10% in Spain and much higher in Cadiz. The article said they had hard time finding anyone who was collecting unemployment benefits who ...
... in to this special area. These four newbies, we shortly learned, were Yacht Club members, an exclusive breed who have heaps of privacy with their own private bar, restaurant, inclusive drinks. They even have their own private sun deck and, as we saw first-hand, their very own butler 24/7.
We were finally assembled. 10 dinner guests. Valentina was our host for the evening. We were led to Eataly, the speciality restaurant. Valentina was a good host relating a number ...
... a beautiful day.
Christopher looked over at me and said, “I don’t think I can be any more relaxed”. Mission accomplished!
Dinner tonight – Red Ginger. We both had the crispy duck and watermelon salad. SO GOOD. I had the miso coated pan fried Sea bass, and Christopher had the Chicken Pot. My fish was cooked to perfection, it reminded me of Nemo’s in Naples Florida…only better! Sorry ...
... vibe. It was open and had
couches and pillows everywhere, decorated with hippies and surfer bums and
hikers in mind. Unable to check in until about 1pm, we dropped off our bags and
went out to explore Cadiz.
…Which is beautiful. There are painted lines all over the
city to guide tourists to the best spots, so we followed the purple, green, and
blue paint all over the place until it led us to the cathedral, the tiny city
streets, the ocean ...