Hotel Ciudad de Ejea
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... the wall - only putting or heads out the puertos (entrances through wall) occasionally to enjoy view - blowing a gale outside the wall! Lovely village , flower boxes on every window sill and roses in full bloom everywhere! Decided to try to have early dinner (not easy in Spain) especially on a Monday when most places are closed. Found pub open couple of blocks away - ordered a few tapas - good but not as sensational as we have ...
... prices are not a set thing.
Anything from that leather necklace hanging in the window to your meal
is negotiable and it takes an exceptional amount of time to reach an
agreement, but that's part of the experience.
It is incredibly cheap there for tourists, as long as you don't allow
yourself to get ripped off. Your hostel should cost around 5 Euros a
night and a full meal can be had for under two. After leaving Marrakech I
went to Essouira and stayed at ...
We docked at 11.45 and getting off the Ferry was really quick. We were on the road Sat Nav working flawlessly. In 3 hours on the emptiest road I have seen we were in Zaragoza. But the toll was more that €30 which probably explains the clear ...
... enjoy doing a lot of touristy things in Mallorca like Aqualand-which is a small but a nice enough water park for small children and parents. We did this for Tommy’s 5th Birthday celebration and he loved it and so did his sister! Another touristy thing we thoroughly enjoyed was hiring a small boat for a few hours in our area and exploring the remote beaches that were way too difficult to walk to in high temperatures. We did some not ...
... an aer and vuelta al ruedo, Wito thought the vuelta was Ok, but the ear was not deserved.
As the evening fell the streets filled with everyone in town, all dressed in white with red sash at the waist and red kerchief at the neck, Wito and I wore kerchiefs ans Wita a red shirt to be in the mood of the fair. There are bands all over the city, as well as funland area for kids.
We drove back to Sos ...