Hotel El Aguila
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- Free parking
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Aaron and I duck down to a nearby supermarket and grab some supplies for the next few meals. We kindly cook dinner for John and jenny and we all sit down and have a nice meal in. We sit around the table, chatting and enjoying a meal together whilst tucking into the snacks and dessert afterwards. We all have a restful and quiet night, knowing that we have no alarm to set for the morning with a much needed restful day ahead of us.
... the car and drive back to the hotel to collect our luggage.
We’re on the road by 4pm and have a long 3.5hour drive to Zaragoza. Jenny is in the front and both John and I are in the back. Aaron asks me to navigate using his phone, however it plays up and tells us to go down a one-way street, not helpful at all. So of course, Aaron blows up and gets frustrated because he is the one behind the wheel with the pressure on him to drive and find a ...
... 8pm we decided to eat at this market, and then stood on the bridge to wait to see the fireworks! With the basilica in the background, the fireworks were a highlight for me. During this time there was another parade in the streets, but with people with giant paper machete heads, costumes, and parade floats. More music was being played, and we even found a concert in the main plaza. I later found out the artist was Monanco (not sure how to spell his name). The concert ...
Found a great little hostel, with a bar underneath and a band playing some classical jazz.
It was in a funny little area, down loads of tiny side streets, it really was like a maze.
Got there and checked in, the guy behind the desk asked me where I was from, we got talking about Estonia and the other two, he really wants to go there, gave him what little knowledge I have, ...
Had a good sleep in the van and woke up early so we could get going on our trip. Weather was wet but cleared up as we moved up the plateau. The Scenery was fab. We stopped for a picnic lunch in a place called Haro which is famous for its Rioja wine. After lunch we headed on towards Zaragroza after a refill of fuel, Em drove the Van for the First time ...