Hotel Plaza Boulevard
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After checking out we took off on another beautiful day.
We then drove down and up and down and up for many hours. The scenery was good and some of the passes were as high if not higher than many we did in the Pyrenees. ( We are aiming to do more high mountain passes before we leave when hopefully the snow has left.)
The next hotel was a bit easier to access as it was outside the walls of the old city and thus even had parking out the front. ...
... it's a tall narrow connected townhouse. We have four floors, starting with a garage/laundry/etc. below, main level with kitchen, small room (office), small bath, dining area, living area with fireplace, then up to a master with bathroom, and a room that the boys are sharing. Go up farther and you get to our slanted loft -- with TV, sofa and a small deck. With the heat, we aren't using that top level much -- but the boys are eyeing it for a future hideout.
... very little traffic on the road. Between Valencia and Teruel the landscape is very flat and arid, almost desert-like with the occasional high point littered with massive wind turbines. As we approached Zaragosa the hillside was dotted with two hundred or more of these wind turbines hypnotically spinning.
Video Girl had wanted to visit Zaragoza for a number of years so she was very excited to be finally arriving in the ...
The car park was below the hotel which was pasted to the side of the hill. Our room overlooked the valley so we were able to see that the bikes were all ok. The trip organisers had hired a couple of locals to keep watch all night so no problems encountered with bikes being messed with. Spent some time in the evening walking around the old part of town and visiting the castle at the top of the hill.
... this point we had only seen the one person.
We climbed up to the main square and then on up steps until we came to the path to the walls which zigzags across the hillside and was very 'scree-y' - my particular hate. We thought ...