Rows of bars or CASETAS line the parade areas. Basically these "bars" serve traditional Spanish dishes and are needed to feed the throngs of people that come to this Feria. As it was a very hot day, many also needed something to drink and rest. We all stopped at one Caseta for a bit to eat and drink. It was called Hdad. de la Coronacion. Carmen ordered some traditional Spanish dishes like the Spanish omelette, a bun with Spanish ham (it had a steamed green pepper in it with the seeds still in it which of course I didn't know and had to spit the seeds out EWW). Here we also met up with Andrew and his lovely wife Liz who were staying in Jerez.
Another interesting tradition is that occasionally horsemen ride up to the Caseta and stop for their "catavino" of sherry. So much for drinking and driving ( a horse)
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