Hotel Villa Jerez
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... century decided to throw a few micro streets in our way, but we made it. You can't imagine how free I felt when we dropped the car off - I just wanted to use my own feet for a while! We were scheduled to keep the car until the next morning but we could Not get rid of it fast enough! Walked back slowly from the train station (3 km) through the historic district, then ate paella on the banks of the rio Guadalquivir. Not a bad way to end a ...
... 00 and we had places to be, so she was very restrained. We bought a coupe of bottles to bring home and headed out. About 40 minutes for a tour, tasting and buying. Speed tourism at its best.
We grabbed a quick coffee and hit the road. Next stop - Seville airport to return the car. Pretty hassle free except for missing the only fuelstop before the airport, so we went past, gassed up, and headed back. Dropped the car and caught the bus ...
... to Sevilla. I visited the Case de Pilato, which is a 16th century mansion which is a strange and delightful mix of Moorish and Renaissance architecture. The entire walls are tiled, and the tiles themselves are all the originals and therefore very famous. I came across a familiar face here: the friendly Japanese lady I met yesterday at Plaza de España. We continued to exchange photos and had a good chat, swapping details. Her name is ...
Day 167, 10 hrs, 11.2 kms Despite my tiring hike yesterday, I'm eager for an early start the next day. My next destination: Jerez de la Frontera, one of the last "revisits" I need to do here in Spain. Revisit: Jerez de la Frontera, Spain First visit: April 1998 Back in 1998, I was going through a rough time, I was out of money... Some friends in Los Palacios, Spain offered me a place to stay and a job. for a couple of months. It was ...
... points. The terrain was a nice change from yesterday's hills, and was set through mostly flat rolling farmland. There were some slight uphills and between that and the cars passing I felt like I was going pretty slow. We passed a police checkpoint set up right next to a road sign that had the image of an axel and 10T. They were stopping some cars but not others and they didn't ask me to stop (not sure if they would have since I was on a cycle). Ron said that when he passed one ...