Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
This past weekend was a long weekend....4 days:) I spent them with my friend Marta. On Thursday, we went to visit the Parque Grande de Zaragoza. It is a park that I saw a bit of with Carla...but only the playground part. We met up with Ayako from out Spanish class for coffee then went to walk around the park. It is suck a nice park. If I lived closer to it, ...
... trees and grow some of your own food in abundance. Paco will be bottling the olives later. Ive also put up some pictures of the fall colours here! Beautiful out in the country!!
I also went dancing again Sunday night. I went with a couple of friends ( the moms of a couple of the other kids) They know a bit of dancing and have been before. I learned Sevillanas, which is a dance ...
... We were able to walk on glass and look down at some of the ruins on the ground. It was pretty neat to see some of the history there.
Last night I finally went salsa dancing!!! Wow I missed it so much. It made me realize how much a part of me it is. Like skating, I dont think I could ever go without it. It is very much a place where I can be in my own world and just have so much fun! I think I will get to just keep going and get into the ...
... visitors. The monks had lived in piety and peace for quite some time and had decorated their halls with murals and statues, but they lived in modesty owning nothing of monetary value. When a new king took over who had a lot of bad debt, he signed a new treaty stating that anything that was owned by the church was now owned by the government and so many of the monks vacated the monastery. When they ...
This is just a pin to show where the Monasterio de la Piedra is located. It is a bit tricky to find, but Javier and Maria did a great job in getting us there in record time and in one piece! See blog entry titled Park of Falls for more details about our trip to this beautiful Monastery and Natural Waterfall ...
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Other places to stay in Guadalajara
Avenida Eduardo Guitian 7, Guadalajara | 4 star hotelfrom $49
Avenida del Ejercito 6, Guadalajara | 4 star hotelfrom $68
Avda. Venezuela 15 (Ctra. Madrid-Barcelona), Guadalajara | 4 star hotelfrom $48
Toledo 39, Guadalajara | 3 star hotelfrom $45
Autovia A2, Km 51, Guadalajara | Hotelfrom $45