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Cádiz

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This weekend we took a day trip to Cádiz, Spain. Cádiz is a small peninsula in Southern Spain with many beautiful beaches and lots of history. We took a train to Cádiz which was pretty cool because I have never been on a big train like that before. We arrived in Cádiz and got a small tour and history lesson on the city. We also visited an open air market which had a lot of smelly and creepy looking fish but it was still pretty cool. Then we headed to the beach! The water was much warmer than the past beaches I visited here in Spain. I actually did quite a bit of swimming in the ocean at this beach which was very relaxing and refreshing after a week of extremely hot weather in Sevilla. We spent a couple hours at the beach then headed back to Sevilla to spend our last weekend enjoying Sevilla's night life.

I don't really have much else to say, so here are a bunch of pictures from my weekend. Enjoy!


               

     


                                                        


                                 



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