Silken Zentro Zaragoza
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Today we woke up in Mundaka and sadly had to leave. We packed up our things and hit the road. on the way we saw lots of castles on the top of hills and we stopped at a beautiful bright blue lake next to some mountains where we found some massive ants. Our next stop was at a monestery village on top of a hill, there was big ancient building and cobbled roads we could ...
... I amble around taking photos of seemingly inconsequential road signs and bars. "Isn't it interesting," José wonders as we sit down to lunch, "that you felt the need to come here and collect your past to take with you on your trip around the world?" I don't know what to say to that. Something to ponder on tomorrow's bus into the countryside. The bus won't resemble a shoehorn. But the train kind of ...
Sadly, Regina was sick overnight and did not join us on today's outing. She was, thankfully, feeling better in the morning, but chose to avoid the 2 hour bus ride to/from Zaragoza. Zaragoza is one of the larger cities that we are visiting on this trip. The main attractions here are the Basilica of the Virgin of Pilar and the Zaragoza Cathedral, and the tapestry museum within it. Our first stop was the Basilica, which is very impressive. The setting in the church ...
... role of various churches and neighbourhoods in efforts to resist Napoleon's siege of Zaragoza in 1808.
The Aljefiera was used by not only Muslim rulers but also as a royal residence by Ferdinand and Isabella. There were lots of school groups, the older ones [high school] tending to be the more obnoxious. Daniel made good use of his student card [he's in the first of three years studying for a Ph D], 20% of my admission price [6E].
... we passed lots of bush grape vines and olive trees.
Upon reaching Zaragoza we didn't really know what to expect. Our hotel turned out to be great. Right beside the old city, across the road from a lively theatre district and around the corner from a major boulevard and piazza. We set out to explore the alley ways of the old city and headed to a massive cathedral on the river. ...