Hotel & Spa Real Ciudad De Zaragoza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this caused the machine to ask for 10 euros which I paid gratefully and left with the anger of the lorry drivers following me down the road. So as I left Haro I was worried that I might get in a mess on the Spanish toll roads but like many things that appear frightening, when you actually do them there isn't much of a problem. Getting on the motorway was easy and all went well until suddenly there were some road signs I didn't understand, followed ...
Out at 10.30 went to see if friend Virginia was at work but on holiday then off to buy to presents in town. Breakfast on Main Street cafe back to hotel check out by 12.00. Bus at 12.30. Airport by 13.00. Plane on time at 15.10 arrive Stansted 16.30. Dispatched Mo home then drive to Mum arrive ...
... then lunch at Astoria good food but limited choice as we are late. Off to see Fina, coffee, cake and chocolate the out to see Rosario de Crystal w ith her. Then to a bar for drinks and traditional chorizo, sausage and morcilla. She goes home we go to Plaza de Pilar for concert lots of different bands then fireworks watched from the bridge. Back to El Picadillo for last drinks then home to ...
... Lunch at Luna 2 slowest lunch ever! Back to hotel then to bullfight by 17.30 finished at 20.00 raining but ring all undercover. Down to Plaza del Pilar just as last were being added so get first pic of pyramid of flowers. Pretty Things then Olga and. Los Ministriles. Bars home ...
A lovely sunny day to see the best of the city. We breakfast in a small cafe, visit Dali exhibition, before making for the Cathedral. We sit and watch some of the traditional dancing and singing in the Plaza del Pilar before going in the Cathedral. It is huge inside and people are queuing to touch The Pilar. We then retrace last nights walk onto the bridge before checking out the artisan stalls along the waterside. Back into town to find La Fuella, ...