Monasterio de Piedra
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... tapas by going to places that specialised in particular types. One only made mushroom tapas and another served calamari rings with mayonnaise in a roll. We rejoined the festivities to watch the speech and fireworks. At this point a massive crowd had formed and it was almost impossible to push through to find standing space. We then quickly went to our homes to shower and prepare for another night of partying.
Saturday night was the same routine as Friday; tram to ...
Left the hotel 7.45 am about 630ks, will have 2 stops on the way. After checking in will pick up a local guide and do a tour of the city. We stopped twice once for 20 mins for coffee and then again for lunch for about 45 mins. Second stop was at the flashiest servo I have ever seen. Lovely countryside driving into Barcelona. We arrived at hotel about 4, checked in and ...
... from a wire brush! It poured with rain while we had breakfast in Guadalajara ... and then stopped when we came out - lucky or what? There were some lovely roads for many miles from Guadalajara through Siguenza and onwards - with the wind behind us for the most part we were flying and had optimistic plans for the rest of the day. As we homed in on the autovia again for the first time since the morning I broke out into a ...
... kids eating candy ect during the walk. Since it is such a small neighborhood, there doesnt seem to be any concern with checking candy. Some people even gave out cookies, and open licorice.
Afterwards, we came back to our place with everyone for a potluck/party. We spent all day decorating for it. The place looked really well done! and the food was delicious.
Ill be able to put more pictures up once I get them from one of the parents:)
... t think we missed a single historical attraction. After the long hike, we grabbed some dinner at a delicious Italian restaurant and went out for another night of festivities. Zaragoza is a city of approximately 600,000 and has multiple universities like Valencia, so there was no lack of student activities.
Our train left at approximately 3pm on Sunday, so we had enough time to tour a medieval Moorish castle, turned government ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking