Las Palomas Hostal
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Palomas Hostal Jerez De La Frontera
Friendly service, and clean rooms. A simple breakfast offered for a couple euros.
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... the kids were hot and tired and needed to sit down and eat. Chose somewhere and had mixed tapas, great as we tried things we wouldn't have otherwise.
Still very hot so decided to leave the sightseeing and head to the town beach, found a spot and put up the chairs and umbrellas we hired from Peter and kasia and went straight in the Sea to cool off. The beach - la caleta was pleasant enough ...
... stop was for a show at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. The horses were beautiful animals and extremely well trained.
Lunch was at a fish restaurant overlooking the coast; another 4 course meal and most enjoyable, especially the prawn entree.
When we returned to the train, the guide took Ruth to a nearby Pharmacy for throat lozenges. We retired for the night, missing a demonstration on making cocktails, dinner and an advertised piano ...
... Art on a non-performing day. While this was disappointing, we were still able to go into the grounds and watch the training session. The horses were absolutely magnificent, and you could see the effort the students were putting into their riding, each under the guidance of their own instructor.
Storks were once again in evidence, and appeared to be watching the training with the other visitors.
... rave about it here? For our entrée we each had: Debbie and I pork tenderloin with Jarez sauce, which was a sherry sauce, honestly too much, a tenderloin butterflied and split sautéed and served with the most wonderful sherry sauce, after all we were in sherry territory . We did very well! Mike had "bull tail" a stew from bull tails, he loved it and compared it to oxtail stew at home. Tony had swordfish that he raved about, photos enclosed (I hope) his looked ...
... via a computer software program and they taught me restaurant basics, but I still didn't know what these rural waiters/waitresses were saying to me. I was used to being asked "How many are you?" to which the answer would be "Two" at American restaurants, and later at more urban Spanish restaurants, but here in rural Spain they just came up and asked what you need. I looked at Ron to see if he wanted to eat here, but he just seemed adversarial and uncommunicative. So I just ...