Travel Blogs from Zaragoza
... 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 ...
... pointed to the board and I suspect swore at me in Spanish. Bumped into two Queenslanders who were experiencing the same difficulties and also headed for San Sebastián. The husband was putting his money on Stand 3. Decided to stick with them. Figured if I ended up somewhere I hadn't intended to go at least I would be with people who spoke English! Fortunately, he was on the money.... The mountain scenery as we headed for northern Spain was just ...
... Sound Mr Beggar man. So I got on the bus wondering what I was going to do and to be honest I was in a bit of a fluster. The couple sitting beside me spoke english and were good enough to let me use their phone to send an international text to Dad to let him know I was ok. That's one thing I have to say: everyone here has been really helpful and did their best to help me. Anyway I could still feel my phone buzzing when ever I got a text but I couldn't see ...
... the amazing old Cathedral (Basilica del Pilar), we had the Menu del dia at Cafe del Mercado. We are enjoying exploring different dishes on the menu and comparing the Spanish versions of dishes to what we are used to. We have had a few surprises! More about that later. Sorry, no photos since my camera was stolen - I must figure out how to get the photos off my cellphone and get some photos from my fellow ...
... to life though, they seem to work hard and play hard, and enjoy socialising out in the sun with friends and family.
Although it has been fairly manic and tiring, I have thoroughly enjoyed the last few weeks working here. The next couple of weeks will hopefully involve finishing my analysis of the TTD parameters as well as analysing shelf life samples using ethylene absorbable pads to see if they help to extend the shelf life.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Avila Zaragoza
Other places to stay in Zaragoza
San Pablo, Zaragoza | Hostelfrom $40
Casco Antiguo, Zaragoza | 2 star hostelfrom $41
Parque de Roma, Zaragoza | Hostelfrom $32
Casco Antiguo, Zaragoza | Hostelfrom $38
La Magdalena, Zaragoza | Hostelfrom $83