Hotel Tirol

San Jorge 4, Urb Formigal, Sallent de Gallego - Formigal, Aragonian Pyrenees, Aragón, 22640, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on San Jorge 4, Urb Formigal, Sallent de Gallego - Formigal.
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    Travel Blogs from Sallent de Gallego - Formigal

    Extra time to kill

    A travel blog entry by jeffrey.lin on Aug 02, 2014

    Due to the unexpected 20km national park trail, I had about 3-4 extra hours to kill before heading over to my final destination for the day, Zaragoza, and it was also that time of the day when European take their lunch, 2 pm.

    ......to be continued
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    Road Side Small Town

    A travel blog entry by jeffrey.lin on Aug 02, 2014

    ... I'm sure there aren't too many people that lives here anyway, at most probably 100). I walked around the town within 15 minutes, one interesting thing is that, out of all 4 of the towns that I've passed by, all of them have a playground for kids (both soccer and basketball) and a church. I didn't know that Spanish people are "that" religious ...

    National Park Visit

    A travel blog entry by jeffrey.lin on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... park.

    However, it was not all in vain. Since it was a not so popular national park ( didn't want to go to places that everyone wanted to go), there weren't too many people/cars around. That's good news for me, I was able to get in some extra time to practice my horrible driving skill, try getting into 1st gear on a hill, try to smoothly get into the 1st and shifting gears on sharp corners. It was actually a lot of fun (because there were no people around).
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    On the Spanish side of the mountain

    A travel blog entry by rosabranca on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... is geared up for tourism, there is no word of explanation about the monastic tradition, offices or music (mostly Plainchant, sung in Latin.). I think it would appear very dull to many visitors, which is a great pity. I don't think I'm cut out to be a Cistersian monk.... The Benedictines have better music! However, the saddest thing is that we fear that we are witnessing the last years of a way of life that has been traditional in Europe for ...

    A small village

    A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Dec 05, 2013

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    ... understand it all because of her accent but it was neat to see. At the top, there were so many vultures flying around. Wow they have a huge wingspan! Quite remarkable the way they soared through the air.
    After our stop, we continued up to Bielsa, stopping in Ainsa for lunch. I was fun to spend the day with Ana. We arrived in Bielsa around the same time as Eva and the ...