Valentin Sancti Petri Hotel Chiclana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... There was no chance of a tour, he was the only only there, but there was a price list chalked on the wall and people were coming in with plastic containers of, I guess, 4 or 5 litres each, and getting them filled. So we went back to the apartment and got a 1 and 1/4 litre empty plastic water bottle and a 1/2 litre one, went back and got a fill up of amontillado and ...
... show, just a guitar player and a singer, but it's stuffed full of locals and can be sensationally good. The audience join in with the clapping ( not us - way too complicated!) and women get up from the audience to dance a while. We go home buzzing and ...
We got in around midnight. We met some others that are in our travel party. Jerry and his daughter Page and another solo traveler, Tom. We walked around the town of Rota, which is a small town on the beach. It is not travel season, so the town was not busy. It was fun to see how busy the streets become for a soccer match. A nice sense ...
We leave Seville on a small group tour (not really our thing, but only way to see what we want ) with seven others, at 9am. We pass fields and fields of sunflowers, passed their flowering stage, just standing, drying in the heat, waiting for their seeds to be harvested. They must be a glorious sight when they are in bloom. ...
After an hours drive we arrive in Jerez, the home of 'wine cellars and 100 palaces' population 200,000. By 9.50 we are ...
... it is a case of looking at 2 maps (plus the geocaching map if you are inclined to the same hobby as me!) to spot everything throughout the little streets.
The city is crammed into such a small space, it is easy to navigate and you don't need a car... But if your expecting to see signs of this being the oldest continually inhabited city then you may be disappointed. In my view its just like any other Spanish city (lovely of course) but smaller.