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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Guadalete Jerez De La Frontera
Nice room with adequate facilities. The pool area was good but you could imagine that it would get overcrowded at higher season and it would run short of sun loungers.
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Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera
... and better sights in
other cities in southern Spain over the last four weeks. However, I found the
center of town to have a smattering of churches and other historic buildings
but be mostly fairly modern, and the city overall to be rather scruffy looking
with more poverty and beggars than anywhere else, maybe because of the
significant Gypsy population. Despite its sherry industry, much of Jerez has
somewhat of a depressed feel about it. I was quite happy to have ...
... my flat. it eats children. There are pictures that follow. You´ll see. I heard screams from children in the plaza; I couldn´t tell if they were screams of joy or terror over this merry-go-round.
I was a little spoiled during lunch time in Madrid. I always forget the times people eat here. They can vary somewhat depending on the region and the city. Natalia´s basic times in Madrid were 2:00ish for lunch and 10:00-11:00 for dinner. It doesn´t get dark there until about 10 in ...
... water bottle) Thanks to the guy from Alberta (that would be sarcasm) who offered to help me by offeringthe ginger-root, homeopathic organic gravol medication on the bus to help me with the vomiting. It did absolutely nothing for me. (I fixed/added videos to We Made It, We Made It. Watch Smokey Thingy. I hope it is there this ...
... with wide streets and well to do mansions in proximity to the mediaeval centre. We laugh about another Irish connection... we spot the 'Palacio Garvey' and 'Bodega Garvey' - my sister's married name and take a photo to show her later. However, at the end of the next street we come to the entrance to the Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Equestre. I use my elementary Spanish to buy tickets to the museum and grounds of the ...
... bikes out.
After that we were a bit suspicious of the tunnel lights, and in any case many of the tunnels were long enough that the light, especially in the middle was not that good and you had to use a bit of faith that there wasn't a large pothole in front of you. I also cycled slowly but you have to have a certain speed to not let the bike fall over unless you want to get off and walk.
We cycled past some great scenery, farms with goats, cows, a few ...