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... expect. Decide to try dessert as we didn't stop in the rain for lunch. My Spanish is improving so I was allowed to do the order. I ordered , in perfect Spanish of course, fruit flan with cream and asked for 2 spoons - desserts are huge in Spain so we only have one between us. When it arrived it was a creme caramel and a few minutes later the waiter arrived with 2 coffees! Oh well, Guy hasn't been doing to well with the Aragon ...
... but if you really needed a charge the local market, owned
by Aziz, would let you use his power strip. Where else in the world
could you leave 1000s of dollars worth of electronics in a shop and have
no fear of them being stolen?? The beach was a 600m walk from the
hostel, though through a number of brambles and obstacles, and was
nearly empty at any given time, which I find quite peaceful, though it
was covered in trash as seems to be the case with ...
I don't think any of my friends have heard of Zaragoza. I initially thought it was probably where the clothing brand "Zara" came from (but its not). The city is strategically halfway between Madrid and Barcelona, making it a popular overnight stop. Of course, I could have driven from Madrid to Barcelona in one go by why rush, especially when Zaragoza is meant to be quite nice.
Upon arriving, I liked the fact there is nearly no traffic. ...
... things as well-such as night swimming and hitting a new Cala* every evening. It will go down as some of our favorite family memories for sure. (Watching Julia cliff jump for giggles will be one of my favorite memories of all time!)
Ok, let’s talk Tapas…well hate to disappoint you but tapas are not the specialty on this island. There are spray painted signs around every corner that reads "Mallorca is NOT Spain"-probably because ...
... 9:30 and got to the hotel after 10. Breakfast this morning was the usual sumptuos spread of the Paradors, everything, eggs, different types of hams, toasts, breads, cerials, juices, fresh fruit, deserts, etc.
At about noon we drove to Zaragoza where we are now, and weŽll be for a couple of days, then to Barcelona.
Wito is posting pictures from the I Phone, hopefully the pix will join this.