Seven years and $134 million later, the reopened Orient-Express hotel features an infinity pool, monogrammed pillows and mystery stairs.
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I knew it would be fascinating to visit bodegas and taste the different wine styles in the Sherry Triangle. But I had no idea I would be eating the best seafood of my life in this part of Andalusia.
The oldest sherry bodegas of Spain are national treasures, or should be: vast cathedrals dedicated to thousands of casks of sherries aged by their unique solera system of fractional blending. In that scheme of things, wine from older casks is drawn off into casks filled with younger wine, and that...
Lunch at 3. Dinner at 10:30 or 11. It took me just a day to slide into the rhythms of Andalusia in southern Spain and become the night owl I'd always wanted to be, ending the evening past midnight with a glass of amontillado at a bar on the square.