Hostal Santa Gema

Santander 3, Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Tasting the Difference

A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths

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In my second week I began my main project which involves gathering information to define the Taste the Difference cherries parameters on the specification, and therefore finding out what makes a cherry a Taste the Difference cherry. I have been gathering samples of cherries for each variety in sizes 24mm (standard), 28mm and 30mm (TTD) separated into light and dark colours to compare the ...

There are no Jenny Craigs in Zaragosa

A travel blog entry by twofoodies

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... along the banks of the Rio Erbos.

For such an ancient city it is wonderful to see that someone is conscious of the need to protect the local flora and fauna with numerous lookouts designed for the public to observe the plentiful bird life .

They wandered from the river visiting the Zaragoza Cathedral then like two laboratory rats made their way through the maze of old streets until they reached El Fuelle where they indulged in the local cuisine ...

Day 3 now in sunny Spain

A travel blog entry by dubdup

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... him in the middle of the pack, so we could get through traffic and roundabout with minimal fuss - with 200+ miles to go it had to be done, we done leave a man behind! Pyrenees were awesome - pics to follow. Long winding roads and tunnels. Popped out of the tunnel de somport into to glorious sunshine (having entered it is France in the rain). From there a nice drive to ...

Pamplona bound via Zaragosa.

A travel blog entry by hedley.amos

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Still not got the body clock set yet so woke up at 3am. Checked to see if my socks & jocks were dry, bonus clean and dry.

Left the hotel at 6.30am and walked to the bus station. The streets were empty apart for a few folk setting off for work. Barcelona's architecture is fabulous with big wide pavements and tree lined streets. The walk to the bus station only took 20 minutes with a beautiful dry cool morning ...

Spanish fiestas and good friends

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758

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... stopped for some tapas and a beer. I then went to my hostel to rest before the first big night of partying. Juanma went home to prepare and we met at the end of my street so we could walk to the 'meeting place' to meet his friends and carry onto the party marquees. I got to meet a few of Juanma's friends who enjoyed practising English with me and I tried my hardest with the little Spanish I've recently taught myself. We caught the tram to the marquees where there were many ...

Location

This hostel, located in the Parque de Roma area of Zaragoza, is near Palacio de la Aljaferia, Antigua Facultad de Medicina, Murallas romanas, and Iglesia Nuestra Senora del Portillo.
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