NH Ciudad de Zaragoza
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We meet for breakfast at 8:30am and realise the sun doesn't rise until 8:30am, so bizarre that it’s depressing. Can you imagine starting work when it’s still black outside at 8am? Anyways, we enjoy breakfast together, head back up to our rooms, pack our bags and meet back down in the foyer. We don’t check out until 12pm so we decide to leave our bags in our rooms and come back for them.
We go and walk around the town, towards the ...
... of the city. John is navigating using a paper map and a hand drawn one from the hotel worker, so as you can imagine, there were some words thrown around the car out of frustration by everyone. Aaron manages to get his phone working and asks me to get him to the highway, so I do just that. Regardless, it was a frustrating half an hour for us all. We finally get out onto the highway and I make up the sandwiches for everyone in the car to have as our late ...
... up with my friend Alix to go to the Mueso de Ciencias Naturales. I also brought my host sister Clara, because she loves animals as well. This museum is unlike any that I have ever been to, filled with animals and skeletons everywhere you look. All of the animals were life like, and I learned how to say the names of many new animals in Spanish! After about two hours we had seen everything, and I was thoroughly impressed with the amount of biological information the museum gave ...
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, ...
... 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: