Comendador de Anon

Address: C/ San Francisco s/n, Zaragoza, Aragón, 50590, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on C/ San Francisco s/n, Zaragoza.
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Travel Blogs from Zaragoza

Day 46 - Aragon

A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on May 25, 2015

18 photos

... built the house of stone. The home stay is built on the walking route of the Camillo de santiago, an ancient pilgrimage of 800km witch hundreds of thousands of people do every year. There was lots of different types of animals at his farm house including turkeys, kittens, sheep, Husky dogs, and chickens. He cooked us a gorgeous country meal and we slept in our bunk beds.

Bye - ...

3 days in the Spanish countryside

A travel blog entry by edbaxter on May 06, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... charming in just the same way.                     If my memory serves, its 2007 Lonely Planet entry only went as far as: "Dusty town in northern Spain". So, I was a bit nervous on my way up there for the first time to teach English during the year following my degree. But for people who take the time to stop and meet Ejeanos living and working here, the rewards ...

Anabel y José

A travel blog entry by edbaxter on May 04, 2015

12 photos

On Sunday morning I am catapulted towards Zaragoza at 300 km/h in a string of Mint Imperials attached to a giant shoehorn:     Called AVE, Spain's high-speed trains are spacious, comfortable and far too expensive for a backpacker. That an hour on a train is a luxury item tells you everything you need to know about this trip! I spend a wonderful day with my brilliant hosts Anabel and José, veterans of my ...

Day 5 - Zaragoza

A travel blog entry by pjrinal on Apr 21, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... attractive and quite sedate. My impression was of very understated elegance. The setting of the shrine to the Virgin of Pilar was quite moving and everyone there seemed duly overcome with the spirit of the place. Our next stop was at the Cathedral, which likewise was very attractive and quite large. It seemed to be quite empty considering its importance. We moved quickly through the church portion and then proceeded to the tapestry exhibit on an upper level. ...

FERDINAND II

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 16, 2015

5 photos

... role of various churches and neighbourhoods in efforts to resist Napoleon's siege of Zaragoza in 1808.

The Aljefiera was used by not only Muslim rulers but also as a royal residence by Ferdinand and Isabella. There were lots of school groups, the older ones [high school] tending to be the more obnoxious. Daniel made good use of his student card [he's in the first of three years studying for a Ph D], 20% of my admission price [6E].

When ...