El Duque

Calle Ancha, 13, Cádiz, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11001, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cádiz

Visitors Pete and Margs

A travel blog entry by alecsmart


The weather in the uk is bad and rare and when Peter and Margs came the weather here was wet and a little chilly for some of the days. The locals tell us that this is unusual weather here. Margs and I like to swim but had no chance, however , we all enjoyed ourselves. I did king prawns in coconut and spices when they arrived. The next day was paella made in a friend's restaurant and my treat. The next day was beef curry. Peter treated us for the final meal in ...

Jerez De La Frontera no horses this visit

A travel blog entry by wheresindi


... Hierro del Bocado stud which I read is less commercial and serious than the Royal School. The tours start at 11am and the show is at 12pm, only on Saturdays. It was the Carthusian monks in the 15th century that brought the Carthusian horse to Jerez. There is also an annual horse fair in Jerez that would be good to visit for one ...

Castanets in Cadiz

A travel blog entry by hocking2013


... quite a scene, not to mention the panicked jumping and squawking Emily did while trying to untangle it. Chris stepped in and released Emily’s grip on the ear phones and the pigeon wriggled its way out of the tangle and fly off. I don’t know what we’d have done if the bird hadn't freed itself. Emily was more worried about losing the cheap, flimsy ear phones than what had happened to the poor ...


A travel blog entry by angelahelmer


... have the umbrella?", I replied, "No, I thought you did!" - We had both thought that one umbrella was enough and that the other was carrying it.

It rained a good amount that night, the drops made big splats on our heads as we ducked in from one shop to the next until it died down enough to head back to the hostel. It seemed like a tropical rain, the weather wasn't cold, but the raindrops were large.

Later that evening we explored a bar that ...


A travel blog entry by tomoandgreg


(Tomo Reporting)

We felt we saw everything we wanted to see in Jerez yesterday. So we decided to check out Cadiz today - 30 minutes drive south-west. The city of Cadiz is situated in a peninsula which apparently is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe.

In order to get to the city, we had to drive through a bridge right next to some huge industrial ports. The outskirts of the city was also very big ...


This inn, located on Calle Ancha, 13, Cádiz, is near Camera Obscura, Torre Tavira, Cathedral of Cadiz, and Museum of Cadiz (Museo de Cadiz).
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