Eurostars Rey Fernando
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... 45minutes we head back towards the car and head off for our 2.5hour drive to San Sebastian. I navigated Aaron out of town and it was much easier this time as the map worked on my phone this time, making it a less-stressful event. We all eat sandwiches in the car again and get comfy for the drive.
We arrive into San Sebastian around 5:30pm and theres no reception or anything. We booked an apartment, not a hotel, so we were confused as to how we ...
... buildings that are so beautifully detailed with artistic architecture, it’s just insane and I feel I’m in my element here. The lampposts are stunning in themselves and it makes me sad that Australia is far too modern to have anything like this back home. But it makes me appreciate just where we are.
We head back to the hotel room and decide to meet in the morning for breakfast at 8:30am. Aaron and I shower and crash into bed like no tomorrow. ...
... medieval market in all of Europe, and it did not disappoint! All of the shopkeepers were dressed in appropriate clothing from the Medieval Age, there were people jousting, donkeys and farm animals running around, and tons of food for sale. I also toured the house of Cervantes, the author of Don Quijote. After about three hours I took the train back to be home for dinner. This weekend has been a blast, but now I am off to finishing my studying!
Hasta luego :)
... to myself.
Gotta say this was a good find, apart from the two women with big hair, that sat right in front of me, and wouldn't shut up.
I actually can't remember the name of the place, but I do know it's on Calle de los Predicadores. Look it up people
Had to stop for fuel, and felt I was on the set of The Hills Have Eyes 3, so deserted, just don't go in that deserted ...
... we passed lots of bush grape vines and olive trees.
Upon reaching Zaragoza we didn't really know what to expect. Our hotel turned out to be great. Right beside the old city, across the road from a lively theatre district and around the corner from a major boulevard and piazza. We set out to explore the alley ways of the old city and headed to a massive cathedral on the river. ...