Hotel San Miguel Zaragoza
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Zaragoza
... 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 ...
... we hadn’t had time to eat just yet.
It’s a long drive and we arrive into Zaragoza around 7pm-ish. We dump our bags into our hotel rooms and head straight out for dinner. We have a light dinner and then decide to walk around town and we discover this huge palace/church that was out of this world. It didn’t take us long to admire Spain and realise how much of an Infant Australia is in comparison to this place. The streets are lined ...
... 45 minutes to the southwest of Madrid. We went in our travel seminar classes, so while we did have to stay with our professors, we visited the Cathedral and a Synagogue, along with a famous painting by El Greco in a small church. I have been to Toledo before, but I learned a lot more this time knowing more background about Spain, and from my Spanish Art History class. Toledo used to be the capital of Spain, and is known for being the home of El Greco (a painter). Many of ...
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 ...