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... to Cadiz on a peninsula in the Atlantic with a very large sheltered bay. In the late 1600s through the 1700s Cadiz was Spain’s main trading city with New World and became its wealthiest for a while.
But that’s not really the case anymore now that Cadiz is just a provincial capital within Andalusia and not even the most populous city in its province. I didn’t have very high expectations for Cadiz before I visited. I read ...
... bilge pump operator available? He’s always up for a free dinner!!’
Our meeting place was the Diamond Bar on deck 6. A specially cordoned off area was provided. As we arrived, Emelia and Stephen were already sitting there with Seamus and Bea, a couple from Wexford we had met a few days earlier. A waiter appeared with a tray of champagne and fruit juice. Several minutes later two very smart Indonesians dressed in tails and white gloves led a further ...
... was ablaze in gold and black, quite over the top.
In and out in a few minutes, I saw a Pharmacy….maybe I should pick up a decongestant for Christopher. Went in, got the pills and was out in a few minutes. After the drug connection, I decided to walk around and look for the market. Didn’t take long, small town. I walked up and down each street and took in the view. Off the main square, I saw a department ...
... side—Cadiz is a peninsula), the port, and the
tower. The tower was especially interesting because it had a dark/black light
camera, which was essentially a set of mirrors going up the tower and shining an
image to a rounded, white disk in a black room below. There, we saw all of
Cadiz in a 360 view.
Afterward, we headed back to the hostel to check in and meet
up with Noah. While we didn’t have a room to ourselves, we still loved ...
... inhabited city on the Iberian Peninsula. It served as the home port to the Spanish Navy. Cadiz won its independence in 1812. They have a monument to the Spanish Parliament in a square just off the port. This was all done in marble.
We got off the ship and just meandered up and down the streets. They have wonderful little parks and plazas where you can sit and marvel at the architecture. Cadiz is a mix of old and new. ...