Camping Casablanca

Address: Autopista, salida Zaragoza-Sur, Zaragoza, Aragón, 500012, Spain and Canary Islands | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Autopista, salida Zaragoza-Sur, Zaragoza.
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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.

Bye - ...

Anabel y José

A travel blog entry by edbaxter on May 04, 2015

12 photos

... I amble around taking photos of seemingly inconsequential road signs and bars.  "Isn't it interesting," José wonders as we sit down to lunch, "that you felt the need to come here and collect your past to take with you on your trip around the world?"  I don't know what to say to that. Something to ponder on tomorrow's bus into the countryside. The bus won't resemble a shoehorn.   But the train kind of ...

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

... symmetircal but it all flowed toward a water spout.

On the upper floors, there was an exhibition for Ferdinand II, husband of Isabel of Castille. Ferdinand had large dreams, beyond uniting Spain [of course under his rule]. He was the grandfather of Charles I of Spain, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V of Alhambra fame. More than an inkling of where he placed himself in European history was the following description at the palace:

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Zaragoza

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 11, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

We said our goodbyes to Sue and drove out of Barcelona along the motor way towards Zaragoza. We had about 300 Kms to drive so we opted for the quickest route. After 200kms we decided to get off the motorway and see some more of the countryside. The only problems was so did most of the trucks who seemed to be avoiding the tolls. The country was quite barren and a wheat producing area. In the ...

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