Hotel Villa Goma
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... took some of their free time earlier to visit a supermarket and grab some snacks for the long road trip. After our late lunch, we visited the Aljafería Palace which was originally built as a fortified Islamic palace back in the 11th century. Today, the palace is used as the site for the regional parliament of Aragon. The building was quite simple on the outside, but was beautiful and quite ornate with all of the ...
... very comfortable, spacious but minimalist. We explored the vast central plaza with the enormous and impressive basilica, a tower called el Pilar as well as a nice cool café. It was 30 degrees and felt all of that.
We have had 2 nights here and love the city - we love everywhere really. This place is quite
un-touristy but there is plenty to see. It is very spacious and very relaxed. With school holidays having started, many may have left ...
... was 1 minute 15 seconds by Jakob!
Zaragoza was our other stop on our journey. This was a quaint town with cobblestone roads, street performers playing violins, cellos, and more. We saw the cathedral that the Catholics claim that Virgin Mary appeared and is a stop on the Santiago ...
... built the house of stone. The home stay is built on the walking route of the Camillo de santiago, an ancient pilgrimage of 800km witch hundreds of thousands of people do every year. There was lots of different types of animals at his farm house including turkeys, kittens, sheep, Husky dogs, and chickens. He cooked us a gorgeous country meal and we slept in our bunk beds.
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... show you!' and leads you down Las Ramblas past a wax museum off a side street, you will be glad you listened. Much love to y'all.
Quick note. I'm from The South. I capitalized it for a reason. I'm not at all proud of my area, but I recognize that it was a major part of my upbringing. Many people have told me that I'm the least American American that they have met, having a lot to do with my attitude and accent. Honestly, I agree, but I also don't dismiss where I've come ...