Hotel Puerto Sherry
Travel Blogs from Puerto Sherry
... took over and we charged up the inclines, desperate to catch our first glimpse of the sea. And there it was. The south coast of Spain. We could taste the finish line but we still had to negotiate the busy dual-carriageway into Cádiz. Again, it seems, there's no easy way for a cyclist to enter Cádiz. Soon we found ourselves amongst the tall buildings along the main avenue of Cádiz, so we took a sharp left and lo and behold the beach was right there ...
... a bit ugly with the bull dribbling saliva and snorting in pain and anger. We were just saying how cruel it was when the owner came out and changed channels to the Spanish Grand Prix. We think it was because the bull was about to be killed and he didn't want to upset the tourists.
We couldn't find the Bodegas until we were joining the highway to Cadiz and there were all three of them. It was too hard to get back so ...
... in drier sherries but our tasting involved 4 types getting sweeter; I particularly enjoyed the drier 2, Fraser enjoyed the sweeter 2. It was a very interesting tour and we were both a bit tipsy by the end of the tasting, highly recommended.
We tried to go into the Equestrian Art School grounds after the bodega tour but it was just closing at 13.30, not 14.00 as stated on the website, so we missed out on that which was disappointing. We then headed off to ...
... the first time and had to toss out some stuff, and rearrange things between my backpack and suitcase before I could get on the plane. When I landed in Jerez, I looked around for the bus that was supposed to get me to Cádiz. I had researched it before hand and it looked easy, but it seems that in Spain, nothing opens or runs on Sunday. So there I was, 30 hours with no sleep, no bus, in a practically deserted airport and finding ************e that spoke ...
... American girls which was very funny to me.
After the midday snack, or merienda, we jumped in my friend Rafa’s family car and went to another small town of Medina and climbed to the top to see the church and castle. The six of us had a good time exploring the creepy ground and Roman ruins and eventually jumped the fence to get into the castle. It was a shame that my camera battery had died because the view of the city was precious and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services