B&B Siesta

Address: Sobrarbe, 34-36, Zaragoza, Aragón, 50015, Spain and Canary Islands | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Arrabal area of Zaragoza, is near La Seo del Salvador, Plaza Espana, Museo del Puerto Romano, and Palacio Arzobispal.
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    Travel Blogs from Zaragoza

    Day 46 - Aragon

    A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on May 25, 2015

    18 photos

    ... built the house of stone. The home stay is built on the walking route of the Camillo de santiago, an ancient pilgrimage of 800km witch hundreds of thousands of people do every year. There was lots of different types of animals at his farm house including turkeys, kittens, sheep, Husky dogs, and chickens. He cooked us a gorgeous country meal and we slept in our bunk beds.

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    Anabel y José

    A travel blog entry by edbaxter on May 04, 2015

    12 photos

    On Sunday morning I am catapulted towards Zaragoza at 300 km/h in a string of Mint Imperials attached to a giant shoehorn:     Called AVE, Spain's high-speed trains are spacious, comfortable and far too expensive for a backpacker. That an hour on a train is a luxury item tells you everything you need to know about this trip! I spend a wonderful day with my brilliant hosts Anabel and José, veterans of my ...

    Day 5 - Zaragoza

    A travel blog entry by pjrinal on Apr 21, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... attractive and quite sedate. My impression was of very understated elegance. The setting of the shrine to the Virgin of Pilar was quite moving and everyone there seemed duly overcome with the spirit of the place. Our next stop was at the Cathedral, which likewise was very attractive and quite large. It seemed to be quite empty considering its importance. We moved quickly through the church portion and then proceeded to the tapestry exhibit on an upper level. ...

    FERDINAND II

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 16, 2015

    5 photos

    ... I for a right on to Conde Aranda. Passing various churches, it took us all the way to the Aljafeira Palace, the Palace of Joy. In the 11th c, it was one of the most important buildings in the Muslim world.

    As we were early, we circled back to the Church of Our Lady of Portillo for some exterior shots. I suspect only Italy must beat Spain on the number of Roman Catholic churches.

    Some tourism signage was in English. What was often featured ...

    Zaragoza

    A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 11, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... tables.

    A predinner drink was followed by a great pizza as we watched the crowds grow and pass by in the little lane way outside. By the time we headed back to our hotel the place was really pumping again. Lots of people at outdoor tables having a good time, as well as groups of people dressed up as matadors, chickens all singing or playing the drums. What an exciting town this is!!
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