Hotel Plaza Feria
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... 8217; that John and Jenny were particularly interested in so we all walk towards it, about a 20minute walk. It was built as a pleasure palace for Zaragoza’s Islamic rulers in the 11th Century!
We get to the entry and it closes at 2pm, and we get there at about 1:15pm. They tell us there is still enough time to get around and see most of it, so we pay entry and head on in. It was pretty cool and glad we went inside, it was just ...
... we hadn’t had time to eat just yet.
It’s a long drive and we arrive into Zaragoza around 7pm-ish. We dump our bags into our hotel rooms and head straight out for dinner. We have a light dinner and then decide to walk around town and we discover this huge palace/church that was out of this world. It didn’t take us long to admire Spain and realise how much of an Infant Australia is in comparison to this place. The streets are lined ...
... entertaining the children. By then it was around 7pm, so I came home to try to study, but after dinner I was so tired I went to sleep.
As I mentioned before, this weekend was (basically) a five day weekend because in addition to our Thursday field trip, Monday was a national holiday! I spent the day studying in the morning, and then in the afternoon I took a 45 minute train to Alcala de Henares, a small city. Today was a special day in Alcala because they hosted ...
... Estonia was my favourite, as I had to take my Russian kids round the other two countries.
He saw my crash helmet and said he would open the gate for me to get my bike in, that was good for me, but not all the people sitting outside that had to move for me to get up the alley.
Washed all my gear, had a beer, watched a great live band, and no one else checked in so i had a ...
We said our goodbyes to Sue and drove out of Barcelona along the motor way towards Zaragoza. We had about 300 Kms to drive so we opted for the quickest route. After 200kms we decided to get off the motorway and see some more of the countryside. The only problems was so did most of the trucks who seemed to be avoiding the tolls. The country was quite barren and a wheat producing area. In the ...