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Travel Blogs from Zaragoza
... to ASBK... My first impression was simply amazing, this circuit is quite literally in the middle of nowhere and yet it has facilities the a far above any circuit in Australia. The paddock was more than a little impressive as well, transporters, pit garages etc that put what we have to shame. The racing was great, my mate Bryce managed 3rd privateer for the weekend which was a great result and a big lift for him after what has been a hard year so ...
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 ...
... in until 5PM. The lady at the reception was very helpful and even marked a few spots of interest (Supermarket,Tapas,Sights,etc) on the map for us. After dumping our gear we went hunting for lunch and decided on some nondescript restaurant advertising lunch for 10.95 Euro. Chris Campbell had mentioned these great deals when she was in Spain. The daily Menu choice of 4 Entrees, 4 Mains and 3 Desserts.The owner asked us if we had ...
... our own cooking.
Around 7pm, when it was getting cooler, we visited the Palace. It is and I quote from wikipeida
"a fortified medieval Islamic palace built during the second half of the 11th century in the Moorish taifa of Zaragoza of Al-Andalus, present day Zaragoza, Spain. It was the residence of the Banu ...
Early departure from Barcelona today towards Madrid.
At around 1 pm we arrived to Zaragoza and we stayed about 2 hours in the old city part. I visited the Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar.
Arrival at 5:30 p.m to Madrid and at 7 I was at Plaza de Toros to see the bull fighting that took place that day.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking