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0688. The American Base (Sp 017*, 10B-040)
Rota, August 2, 2010
Day 335: 6 hours, 4.1 kms
My plan was to continue on to Jerez, but when a bus comes by that’s heading straight to Rota, I decide to head that way instead. I can pick up Jerez on my way back maybe.
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Revisit: Rota, Spain
First visit: February 1998
Overview: Rota is a ...
... that apparently makes the best food ever and they’re really nice. It was so nice to catch up and see someone who really knows me (no offense new friends) and just talk about everything and how we’re doing. European night life doesn’t even begin until 1AM and they stay out all night and party and go HAM and we’re just square American’s that went to bed at 1AM only slightly drunk. Me and Rae shared a hostel and it was ...
... mounts and going through a few of the special steps needed to be able to join in the show. After wandering around for a few hours now and visiting the museum and the tack rooms, with the apprentice leather workers hanging about and talking of their weekend, we head towards the main arena
where the show is about to start.
The first show is a single horse and rider, then a pair, followed
by four horses without riders, just one or two leaders, showing the various
... explain why so much was closed every time we went walking. So we took our time getting ready and as soon as 8 rolled around we set off to the boardwalk to find dinner, and we were very hungry.
As we walked up and down, places were slowly opening doors and the ones that were open weren't serving food, just drinks. This just wouldn't do. We thought we would try a supermarket. The one on the boardwalk was closed. We went back toward ...
... of fog until we were about 200 kilometers north of Rota. We were thankful when we finally drove out of the fog. We were able to enjoy the scenery as we dropped out of the higher ground to the city of Seville. Seville's average elevation is 25 feet.
We drove through Seville and headed on south via AP-4 (toll road). When we were about 50 kilometers north of Rota, we drove back into the fog. It remained foggy all the way to ...