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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
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... very comfortable, spacious but minimalist. We explored the vast central plaza with the enormous and impressive basilica, a tower called el Pilar as well as a nice cool café. It was 30 degrees and felt all of that.
We have had 2 nights here and love the city - we love everywhere really. This place is quite
un-touristy but there is plenty to see. It is very spacious and very relaxed. With school holidays having started, many may have left ...
... was 1 minute 15 seconds by Jakob!
Zaragoza was our other stop on our journey. This was a quaint town with cobblestone roads, street performers playing violins, cellos, and more. We saw the cathedral that the Catholics claim that Virgin Mary appeared and is a stop on the Santiago ...
... 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.
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... in the countryside to the north. As the bus to their flat meanders through the city centre, I pass endless reminders of my year here in 2007-2008. Tenor Fleta, Martín Martín, la Romareda. These are all words that used to be part of daily vocabulary that had slipped into the recesses of my brain alongside things like contents insurance, The Price is Right and the Mini Milk. In truth I'm quite ...
... symmetircal but it all flowed toward a water spout.
On the upper floors, there was an exhibition for Ferdinand II, husband of Isabel of Castille. Ferdinand had large dreams, beyond uniting Spain [of course under his rule]. He was the grandfather of Charles I of Spain, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V of Alhambra fame. More than an inkling of where he placed himself in European history was the following description at the palace: