Hotel Los Arcos
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... the water must be freezing.
The clouds had started to gather and it started to rain. I spent five minutes putting on my waterproof jacket and trousers and covering my rucksack with its waterproof cover, convinced we were in for a deluge. John just carried on regardless. Two minutes later the rain stopped and I spent another five minutes divesting myself of my waterproofs. John looked smug!
Once back in the car park, we visited the information centre to ...
... Wednesday 4th June
We woke to sunshine and high temperatures (dare I say scorchio!!) so decided to do very little. After much pottering, we walked in to the village of Boltana to do some exploring and visit the Tourist Information office.
Boltana is along the same lines as Ainsa. The old town is perched on a hill so the streets are steep and narrow. It had a small chapel and ruined castle at the top of the town.
We found ...
... the type of person that does not go slow on the slopes to stay safe, but rather one that is always trying new things and ALWAYS is the sorest one the next day. And that could not be more from the truth...when I woke up Monday morning I could barely get out of bed. All the pain and a dislocated arm or pulled muscle was all worth the trip. However, more than ANY body part I would say my checks and abs hurt the most from all the laughing. An amazing weekend trip!
We are off again to Bielsa. This time we are going for there carnivals. Apparently everyone dresses up for the whole weekend.
Well I think that was one of the best weekends in Spain. The atmosphere of this festival is so fun and different. It was a bit scary at first, not knowing what to expect. The whole family was here. Ana, the grandparents, Marta's family and David's brother and family all came up and got dressed up with us.
The Friday ...
December just flew by. Wow. And now here we are almost New Year's Eve. The kids have been off school since the 20th and same as Eva. The last day of classes we went on an excursion with my class. We got to visit a lot of the historical parts in the center of Zaragoza. We got a guided tour. It was pretty neat to walk around the center and see hidden parts that I've never seen before. Here are a few pictures of the hidden city places. We're up in Bielsa for a few days. I got to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking