CRUISING TO CARNIVAL IN CADIZ
"The Spanish coastal city of Cadiz (pronounced "Kah'deeth") boasts one of the biggest Carnivals in the world (after Rio Di Janero and Trinidad). Built centuries ago on an island which is today a peninsula, Cadiz is a compact city, in many ways typically Spanish with its shady plazas and parks, somber fortress walls and stalwart statues. Throughout, the streets and alleys of the Old Town twist and turn like tunnels in a rabbit warren. In summer, tourists flock to its broad ocean beaches. But winter's Carnival transforms this tranquil seaside city, drawing crowds from near and far, filling the hotels and hostels to capacity."
(Submitted by Noel Sat Jul 3, 2004 )
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