Tierras de Jerez
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... I think was a hit because she had to order another one straight away! We sat and enjoyed the atmosphere for an hour or so before going to have a look at around an old castle & a cathedral in town, again we decided not to go in so that we would have more time to wander the streets. Time to head back to the bus station, on our way back we went through the festival, had a bit of a look around this time as we still had a bit time left, then went back. ...
... Robin looked at books and talked to people.
Then we went to a bookstore and looked at flamenco books.
Finally the Alcazar. Much more rustic than the one in Seville.
We hurried back to the train station, bought our ticket for 3 minutes to spare.
Dinner and then a free classical guitar concert.
It is March 19, happy birthday Peter Rooney! Hope you had the best day! Up and at it early we headed to Jarez to arrive in time to see the The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Foundation's horsemen who are in training put on their exhibition with the Pure Spanish Bred Horses. Unfortunately we were unable to take photos but a very good, proper show as the British would say, the horses are magnificent dancing to the genuine Spanish music from Ballet to Flamenco ! ...
... information that Tom, a friend I met while travelling in Laos last year, happened to be in Jerez in flight school! No problem staying another day for to meet him - and with Cádiz being so pleasant, no complaints either. Jerez de la Frontera is a city next to Cádiz, so we resolved to meet for lunch.
I first spent the morning at the beach with Raphael and Ryan, having read the schedule at the hostel that there would be a bus leaving at 12:10 ...
... went through a few museums/palace and had half the day left. We knew that Jerez is also known for its sherry. (Never heard of it prior to looking into the horses, not that we drink sherry though!) While strolling around, we saw barrels on display, advertising Tio Pepe. It must have been the largest bodega so we went for a tour and tasting. The guide we had was cool and let us take some pictures. ...