Hotel Zaragoza Royal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... at 10minutes to and we take all our bags down into the hotel storage. We are booking a car for the rest of our trip and driving around Spain and Portugal ourselves as it's an easier way of transport for all of us. But before we go and get the car we head back to the main church 'Segrada de Familia’ as john and jenny wished to see the inside of it. Aaron and I didn’t feel the need to so we go for a walk towards Park Guell, which is influenced ...
... Remember that penas are the groups of local people that reunite each year and pay a fee to belong to the pena, but you basically get food and alcohol for the whole weekend and party like crazy. Unlike Cuenca, the penas at the Pilar Festival were much larger, and some included children and older people as well. I swear there were 14 year olds walking by in the parade drunk, but that’s a different matter entirely. Each pena in the parade started with two people carrying a ...
... 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 ...
... of the Moors and recently became a Unesco World Heritage Site. Unfortunately, Spanish tradition of closing everything from 1ish-5ish took charge and we could only walk the exterior perimeter of the site, which was not so impressive. We followed this with a walk by the Bull Ring and then a short, but interesting, visit to the Fire and Fireman Museum. On the return to Pamplona I found Regina quite rested and ready to join us for our daily dinner at our retreat ...