Tryp Cadiz La Caleta
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... were all on separate field trips with SAS. The boys went to a random marsh thing where they harvested ocean salt and caught fish and cooked it and ate it and got blisters but I hung out in Cadiz because we had to little time there. We got off the ship and just strolled around before finding a tourism map and deciding to walk the coast of the little peninsula to see the sights. We saw the massive cathedral first, which can be seen from practically ...
As the weather had been ordinary, we decided to forgo our
side tour to Gibraltar and to explore Jerez. I think it was a good move
although Anne would not agree to some point; she still enjoyed what Jerez had to offer. The
city Is the home of the famous Andalusian horse riding school. It is just a
short walk from the hotel and we arrive in time for the gates to open as we
stroll up. Whoo Hoo! First in, nearly, and away we go following the
... a 13th century palace still used by the King when he visits Seville, drove by the Bullfighting stadium, and on to the Spanish plaza. So what was so special? The mixture of Christianity and Arab influences in the art and architecture, it's unlike anything we have ever seen. The Moors (African Arabs) conquered Spain in 700's, all but the northernmost part. By 1400, beginning with the ...
... I'm not usually one to be scared. But this made me all kinds of anxious. The next day when she duly appeared, I went into a rather large panic. I was leaving the next day, she was really hot, I can't just go and talk to someone like that, especially at a beach... I was having a minor melt down. Then I was saved by the appearance of her friends. I then calmed down sufficiently to have a nap. Upon waking up, she was still there, and alone. Well ****. Panic stations again. Finally I ...
... trips to Cadiz have been fun, but nothing beats the relaxing good time I had with Taylor on that first adventure. Fue refrescante! (It was refreshing!)
The beach in Cadiz is beautiful. The Atlantic waters here are calm and it almost feels like the edge of a lake instead of an ocean. It looks nothing like the turbulent Pacific on the West Coast of California that I grew up with. You can walk in 100 feet with the water reaching your waist and not have ...