Zenit Don Yo
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... take some snap shots of the city in the daylight rather than just in the night light. We visit the major bridge of the town called 'Puente De Piedra’ and then walk towards the ‘La Seo Cathedral’. We go inside the huge church/palace which is called ‘Basillica of our Lady of the Pillar’ that we were in awe of last night and soon realise how dark it is on the inside, definitely not as pretty as I imagined it to be. We spend a ...
... the car and drive back to the hotel to collect our luggage.
We’re on the road by 4pm and have a long 3.5hour drive to Zaragoza. Jenny is in the front and both John and I are in the back. Aaron asks me to navigate using his phone, however it plays up and tells us to go down a one-way street, not helpful at all. So of course, Aaron blows up and gets frustrated because he is the one behind the wheel with the pressure on him to drive and find a ...
... good, even though I couldn’t understand everything that he sang. From there we joined in on some of the parties in the streets, until our bus left at 3am. Citylife planned to leave so late because the Madrid Metro opens at 6am, so we got back right after the Metro opened again for the day. I had a great time in Zaragoza, but as you can imagine I was very happy to come back after such a tiring day.
On Sunday I slept until the early afternoon, studied a little more, ...
... to myself.
Gotta say this was a good find, apart from the two women with big hair, that sat right in front of me, and wouldn't shut up.
I actually can't remember the name of the place, but I do know it's on Calle de los Predicadores. Look it up people
Had to stop for fuel, and felt I was on the set of The Hills Have Eyes 3, so deserted, just don't go in that deserted ...
... goes from Romanesque to Gothic to Baroque to Neoclassic.
As an extra bonus, the Tapestry Museum housed a great collection of Flemish works. While at times a bit faded and ragged in parts, the tapestries overall were in very good condition.
It had rained a bit when we were inside. Time to head back and chill ie computer, email and blog stuff. Worked away on things until 1945 and time to consider dinner.
Walked along Alfonso I, the pedestrian mall, ...