Monasterio de Piedra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... bridge. The old historic town is a maze of twisting alleyways and streets that lead to small squares and churches, but modern town beside it is also the largest in eastern Guadalajara province.
Molina could also refer to a windmill, something of which there are now a huge number in Spain and particularly in this high dry windswept area of the country. My altimeter watch indicated an elevation of around 3,700 feet, very high for a ...
... to supplement my electric central heating and supplies were getting low, but this wasn't a major concern as the new system I had had fitted meant that I should be able to fill up my gas tanks at petrol stations. So, having found the address of a petrol station that sold LPG just north of Zaragoza I battled my way into the industrial suburbs. Unfortunately the road I was on was a dual carriage way and by the time I saw the petrol station I couldn't get ...
... ll let the pictures speak for themselves. You actually get to walk into this cave that goes behind a really tall waterfall. It is like it's raining inside and in the water below, there are a big school of fish. At the end, we saw a bird show. There were different kinds of halks and owls. They were really big too. I was so glad to have made it to that place before going back to Canada. It is such a relaxing beautiful place to ...
This month has been a lot if fun. The weekend of the 4th was Dani's birthday. The Friday we had a party for him in the neibourhood. It was a success:) That weekend was also the start of the Pilar Festival!! I am so excited to be able to participate in it again this year. It's a whole week full of events. The streets of Zaragoza come alive and there is public transportation all night.
... to follow his original drawings. However one entrance has been done by another architect with a different and a little more modern concept. The palaces here are enormous, most not used by royalty, belong now to city and mostly museums. Drove into one of the main Plazas (Catalunya) Shops, markets, cafes and restaurants everywhere. Very busy and have been told to be ...