Husa Puerta de Zaragoza
Travel Blogs from Zaragoza
... sangria nonstop and I wish I could make it as good as they do here. I've also tried a number of different seafood dishes and that has not disappointed me either. I just can not wait to go home and try to make some of these dishes I've had through this tour in my own kitchen. As much as I love eating out at all these different places I do miss a good home cooked ...
... 24 hour one. He also has an old wind up record player... That still works!! He played this old Spanish song in it. There was also an old phone (where you have to speak into the phone and hold the listening part.) there was other antiques including an old radio. It was so cool to see all of them. The kids had a great time playing and the adults catching ...
... cold and strong winds from Northern Europe arrived. Spain's 5th largest city it is a nice place albeit mainly closed in the off-season! It has several rare examples of Mudéjar architecture devised by Moorish artisans in post-Reconquista Spain.
... the amount of people I ran into that I knew ( and who knew me) in one night!! It was such an awesome feeling. I've also started discovering other new bars here I like. It all depends on the crowd you're with. This month has also been a time of farewell parties. Unfortunately some of my friends are leaving Zaragoza. It gets hard to think of being in this city without them too. I guess it's part of the crazy lifestyle of ...
... seasons passes to the Zaragoza CAI basketball teams home games. Its been a lot of fun going to see them with the family. Antonio used to play growing up and now Dani is on a team. Here are some of the pictures. Uncle Terri it makes me think of you and ...
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