Hotel Regio 2
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... experience. Another taxi driver complains that were being to loud, but the others quickly shush him up and tell us to continue. I continue wandering about, trying to make sure I enjoy all the hidden gems of this city... the cozy alleys... the grand indoor market... the bustling commercial districts... the plazas and monuments... I'd definitely recommend Jerez--expecially if you want to enjoy a history rich Andalusian city without the crowds of ...
... everyone is out and about. I continue on to the riverside where a street fair is under full swing. The part that catches my attention the most are the African girls who will braid your hair on the spot. Glad I came out to get a taste of Spanish nightlife. Next morning I head out to explore the town again, taking my video clip in front of the intricately carved entrance to the cathedral. Then off for a stroll around town… and finally off to discover something ...
... port, I came upon a park. There was some TV crew shooting video with an announcer – but I had NO CLUE what they were saying or why they were there. Didn’t take a picture of them, but did take a picture of the monument which they were standing near. It looked interesting, so…..why not? Walking through the park, I took a right and headed for what I hoped was the sea wall. BINGO! It was.
I walked along the sea wall for ...
... 8212;especially the top floor. It was a terrace with hammocks,
plants/greenery all over the place, and a rooftop shower. Still tired from our
lack of sleep, we decided to take a nap in the hammocks and it was heavenly.
The rooftop shower was awesome too—made entirely of blue tiles and with high
walls so that no one can see in, but still exposed to the open air above. I’d
love to install a shower like that in a future home someday.
With the ...
It was sad leaving Seville, such a lovely place. We headed off to Cadiz via Jerez, the home of sherry. I had read of the sherry tasting bodegas in the region, so we put one of the addresses into the GPS. Somehow the GPS took us off the highway and away from the town that had appeared to the right of the highway which seemed to be Jerez and we spent 20 mins going in the wrong direction. We reset the GPS and finally got backon track and into Jerez at lunch time. ...