Silken Zentro Zaragoza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to "check in". Luckily we had a European mobile that Tim lent us so we could call the number that was provided to us when booking. Aaron called and he said he couldn’t get to us for another half an hour. So as soon as I hear that, I wanted to escape the cold wind that was along the coastline, so I ducked into the coffee shop right next to the car and ordered myself a coffee. John joined me for a hot chocolate and we waited out the half an hour until ...
... the Navy… small world that we happened to have been assigned to a table right next to some Aussies haha. We head back up to the hotel room and the other 3 go to the Nou Camp Stadium tour whilst I stay in the hotel room, finish packing and catch up with myself really.
I catch up on the blogs, do some abdominal floor exercises, rest with a cup of tea and literally do nothing, which is what I needed to do. We have to check out at 12pm so they ...
... to explore, seeing churches, fiestas in the streets, and even climbing the tower in the basilica. After exploring for five hours, we stopped at the most famous churro place in Zaragoza and ate churros as well as porras, which are like fat churros, but so fluffy inside like a fresh donut. They are so rich, but if you ever come to Spain you must try porras as well as the standard churros. A parade in the main street started near the churro shop, so we watched the various penas ...
... Estonia was my favourite, as I had to take my Russian kids round the other two countries.
He saw my crash helmet and said he would open the gate for me to get my bike in, that was good for me, but not all the people sitting outside that had to move for me to get up the alley.
Washed all my gear, had a beer, watched a great live band, and no one else checked in so i had a ...
... as he wanted to do. I had to ask him again as it would simply go faster in Spanish. He did not know the hotel street; ask!
Information gal suggested bus 34. It started to drizzle. Along came one eventually. The cost was less than 2E per person. Daniel was in charge of getting us there, map in hand.
A South Korean with almost no espanol was able to get off at his stop. Daniel speaks Spanish. He thought the bus was veering away and we may have missed the ...