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... beautiful patchwork of fields from the village after that we drove to the town we were staying at. It was a beautiful little town in the country. We had to drive up a tight ,steep ,windy road that eventually lead to a narrow dirt road that we had to drive down to the cute country cottage. We then meet the awesome owner named Reberto who had raced husky dogs and slays for 20 years ...
... 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 ...
Sadly, Regina was sick overnight and did not join us on today's outing. She was, thankfully, feeling better in the morning, but chose to avoid the 2 hour bus ride to/from Zaragoza. Zaragoza is one of the larger cities that we are visiting on this trip. The main attractions here are the Basilica of the Virgin of Pilar and the Zaragoza Cathedral, and the tapestry museum within it. Our first stop was the Basilica, which is very impressive. The setting in the church ...
... hauled the big bag overhead. Specific seating on coach 6, seat 17A. Nice leather seats and an airplane-style desk to fill the time on this short trip of less than 1.5H.
Some sketchy patches of agriculture but clearly not the most fertile part of Spain. The weather is overcast and not good.
Into Zaragoza Delicias train station a bit late but by 1230. There was a tourist information booth. I told Daniel to determine how long it would take to walk from ...
... lots of little bars, patisseries and restaurants. We struck a major problem when looking for a place for dinner because nothing opened before 7.30 or 8 o'clock. We finally settled into an outdoor tapas bar which was quite lively and had a crowd of mixed ages. When we finished our dinner and headed out to the alleyways again the place was really pumping. It's seems everyone comes out after ...