Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Jerez, a walk in the morning/ Jerez, un paseo por la mañana


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There are lots of corners in Jerez where you can stop and see something special
Hay montones de rincones en Jerez donde te puedes parar y ver algo especial

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An orange tree with orange blossom ( I wish you could smell it)

Un naranjo con azahar (ojala pudierais olerlo)

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Beautiful houses with beautiful balconies
Preciosas casas con balcones preciosos

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Squares/ Plazas



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Delicatessen shops/ Tiendas de delicatessen


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Beautiful tiles /Preciosos azulejos


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Balconies with shut/ Balcones con cierro

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Flowers shops/ Floristerias

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Treas and Churches everywhere/ Arboles e Iglesias por todas partes

PLAZA PLATEROS

Special restored houses/ Casas especiales restauradas

PLAZA PLATEROS, IGLESIA SAN DIONISIO

Squares with Churches and bars / Plazas con Iglesias y bares


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S.XIX houses / Casas del S.XIX

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Arches/Arcos


CONVENTO DE LAS REPARADORAS

Convents/ Conventos

PEMARTIN PALACE'S GARDEN/ JARDIN DEL PALACIO PEMARTIN

Gardens/ Jardines

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And Palaces/ Y Palacios


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16 comments:

  1. I loved Spain when I was there 2 years ago! I didn't get to Jerez but it looks lovely x

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  2. A veces vamos tan deprisa al trabajo que no nos paramos a admirar el paisaje.
    Llevo treinta años haciendo el mismo camino, y el otro día me dí cuenta que hay edificios preciosos, otros que ya no están, negocios que han cerrado, otros nuevos. Hay que saborear mejor el tiempo, y un agradable paseo por la mañana es una buena terapia.
    Un beso, Marina.

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    1. Tienes razón, he estado el último año trabajando en Cádiz y no he tenido tiempo ni de mirarme, ahora tengo tiempo pero no tengo trabajo (remunerado) así que a disfrutar de la ciudad, la familia y la casa.
      Un beso a ti también

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  3. The balconies are fantastic!

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    1. Yes, they are. There are lots of them in the city, but usually we have no time to look at them.

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  4. Olá!!! Tudo bem???
    Vim aqui retribuir a sua visita no meu cantinho!!!
    Fico feliz por você me seguir!!!
    Venha sempre!!!>>> Passe lá e pegue um selinho de agradecimento!


    Com carinho e beijinhux, Marie.

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  5. I love this blog because I have been three times to Spain and I like to be transfered in your beautiful country.I like your photos and the atmosphere of your lovely blog.
    Regards!

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  6. It is very, very beautiful Marina! I do wish I could come and visit, but you will have to be my eyes for now. Thank you for taking me along on this lovely tour of this beautiful city. xx

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  7. What a beautiful city! I love the squares and the shuttered balconies as well as the open balconies, all of the colour and the gorgeous churches! Thank you so much for a chance to see your lovely city, it makes me want to travel there!!!
    Thanks again! Hugs, Cindy

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    1. Thank you. I wish you could come, Cindy

      Hugs,

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  8. Hello Marina,
    It is so very pretty there and I will always remember the smell of Orange blossom from the first trip to Spain one Easter when I was a small child, just wonderful!
    Have a good weekend!
    Ivan

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    1. The smell of Orange blossom in Easter is something gorgeous, the months of march and april in Jerez are the best. Thanks for your comments Ivan!

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