Albergue Juvenil La Posada del Comendador

Address: C/ Predicadores, 70, Zaragoza, Aragón, 50003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the San Pablo area of Zaragoza, is near Museo Pablo Gargallo, Iglesia de San Felipe, Iglesia de San Juan de los Panetes, and Palacio de los Condes de Morata.
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Travel Blogs from Zaragoza

Traveling through the Spanish Tuscany

A travel blog entry by wheretheydrive on Jul 27, 2014

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... staying at a Bed and Breakfast within walking distance to town. We explored the town and had a late dinner on an outdoor patio, along with many locals. We realized that there is a great deal of English spoken in Barcelona but our Spanish Phrasebooks and sign language came in very handy today. We'll leave for the 4 hour drive to Madrid early tomorrow ...

Until next time

A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Jul 14, 2014

... a couple of really nice gifts and Gimena made her own surprises for me and hid them for me to find. I am truly blessed to now have a Spanish family on top of my own.
I wrote something in Spanish that I will later translate:
Querido España.
Lo siento mucho no poder quedarme aquí más tiempo contigo. Hay que seguir adelante. Ha sido un placer vivir aquí y aprender de tu cultura, de tu comida, de tu historia y de tus paisanos. Aquí ...

Gypsies and Accordion players

A travel blog entry by tedferny on Jun 29, 2014

... her new and improved, American snout. An even curiouser experience to realize that she actually used to shag Sony Bono before wising up - punching the 'eject' button - and leaving him to meet his fate at the hands of a well placed fir tree on an Aspen ski slope. The climax of the show, other than those climaxes that seemed to be happening at 30 second intervals in the Mosh Pit, consisted of a cascade of foil discs released over the audience. A Glittery, spangly, cascade ...

Zaragoza - history and nature

A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 26, 2014

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... photography 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 ...

Barcelona to San Sebastian via Zaragoza

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton on Jun 26, 2014

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 ...