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... allowed in these three places.
Guess the highlight was the trip to Monasterio De Piedra Parque.
Bit of a bus drive to get there, 90 minutes, but it is always interesting to drive through the countryside. Lots of wind turbines, especially through La Muela, not far out from Zaragoza. Spain, evidently, is fourth largest wind producing country in the world. We also saw cherries on trees for ...
Back to Barcelona and off the Epic. I love cruising but was actually quite glad to get off this one and back to reality. Long, long bus trip (around eight hours) to San Sebastian. Sore bum and swollen ankles. Had to change buses in Zaragoza. Couldn't find correct bus stand as the electronic timetable display thing didn't seem to include my destination or the time I had printed on my ticket. Being a Sunday there was no staff around except for one witch of a woman ...
So this is my first entry in my blog and it's going to be a long one. Flew from Dublin to Madrid easily enough and there was the loveliest woman on the plane who told me that I needed to get the shuttle bus from the terminal I was at to T4 and get the bus to Zaragoza. Sounds easy right?? Not when you're me, first of all Madrid airport is HUGE. It took me about an hour to get to where I needed to be and then up and down the same flight of stairs several times ...
... That took up virtually the whole day. Fortunately, I had my euros, two cell phones, my newly acquired USA passport and international driver's license around my neck!
We finally drove to Zaragoza (The ancient Kingdom of Aragon), a busy commercial town, founded by Caesar Augustus. It was amazing to see remnants of a Roman aqueduct and other structures.After strolling on the beautiful ...
... improving but by a very minimal amount. A few people speak English and so are teaching me a few things, and I even had a conversation with one of the women on the line who only speaks Spanish. I have no idea how I understood her, I must have just picked up words here and there but we successfully discussed how my weekend was and whether I spent it working or not. As I said before, everyone is so lovely and always attempting to talk ...
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