Cienbalcones Hotel

Address: C/ Mayor, 88, Daroca, Province of Zaragoza , Aragón, 50360, Spain | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Mayor, 88, Daroca.
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    Travel Blogs from Daroca

    Exploring Zaragoza

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Oct 20, 2015

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    ... take some snap shots of the city in the daylight rather than just in the night light. We visit the major bridge of the town called 'Puente De Piedra’ and then walk towards the ‘La Seo Cathedral’. We go inside the huge church/palace which is called ‘Basillica of our Lady of the Pillar’ that we were in awe of last night and soon realise how dark it is on the inside, definitely not as pretty as I imagined it to be. We spend a ...

    Last Day in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Oct 19, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of the city. John is navigating using a paper map and a hand drawn one from the hotel worker, so as you can imagine, there were some words thrown around the car out of frustration by everyone. Aaron manages to get his phone working and asks me to get him to the highway, so I do just that. Regardless, it was a frustrating half an hour for us all. We finally get out onto the highway and I make up the sandwiches for everyone in the car to have as our late ...

    Molina de Aragon - Castles of El Cid Country

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Mar 24, 2015

    53 photos

    ... it out in the respective names of their God. The castle and town make up one of the stops on the Trail of El Cid, one of the driving and walking routes through Spain that trace particular aspects and episodes of its history.

    Molina means mill in Spanish. I think the word applies to water mills and well as wind-powered ones, and some old mills line the small river that flows through town, a river that is also crossed by a ...

    DAY 13 - Logrono to Ventosa

    A travel blog entry by jimandi on Aug 31, 2014

    16 photos

    We left Logrono this morning at 6.20. It was still dark, but the street lights were sufficient to keep us on track until dawn. The first 3.2 miles were mostly flat and on a paved path. For the next 4 miles or so, the going was pretty easy because any steep areas we encountered were on a paved surface. Adding to the easy walk was the overcast sky, dry air and the cool breeze. Linda stopped at the base of the steep hill leading into Navarrete to adjust a toe bandage that had just ...

    Monasterio de piedras

    A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Jul 13, 2014

    21 photos

    ... depending on their status. Then going into the church part, you see the damage that was done during the different shifts if power. The church literally has no roof. It's quite pretty in the bright sunlight.
    After having a picnic lunch, my Spanish friend Demelsa, her boyfriend and I went through the rest of the park. It is a park full of waterfalls, ponds, and green space. You feel like you are walking into a story ...