Hostal Santiago

Address: Calle de Santiago, 3, Zaragoza, Aragón, 50003, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Casco Antiguo area of Zaragoza, is near La Seo del Salvador, Calle Alfonso, El Ebro, and Museo Camon Aznar.
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Travel Blogs from Zaragoza

Day 46 - Aragon

A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on May 25, 2015

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Hello everyone!
Today we woke up in Mundaka and sadly had to leave. We packed up our things and hit the road. on the way we saw lots of castles on the top of hills and we stopped at a beautiful bright blue lake next to some mountains where we found some massive ants. Our next stop was at a monestery village on top of a hill, there was big ancient building and cobbled roads we could ...

Anabel y José

A travel blog entry by edbaxter on May 04, 2015

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On Sunday morning I am catapulted towards Zaragoza at 300 km/h in a string of Mint Imperials attached to a giant shoehorn:     Called AVE, Spain's high-speed trains are spacious, comfortable and far too expensive for a backpacker. That an hour on a train is a luxury item tells you everything you need to know about this trip! I spend a wonderful day with my brilliant hosts Anabel and José, veterans of my ...

Day 5 - Zaragoza

A travel blog entry by pjrinal on Apr 21, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... consisted of three large rooms with about 40 tapestries dating from roughly 1000-1600 AD. Many were quite impressive with most of the images being either biblical or Greek stories (e.g. Homer). One could easily imagine these draped on the walls of the many castles across Spain. After lunch I headed out with fellow travelers Chuck and Rae to see the Aljeferia Palace, a royal residence dating back to the 8th century when the Moors conquered Spain. It survived ...

FERDINAND II

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Apr 16, 2015

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... Iglesia Rosario Corazon, a spot with a permanent exhibition we knew nil about but it was supposedly open at 1700. What do you know, it was [4E]. It was all in Spanish but its essence was various displays were lit up, providing colour for the shots. In addition to the religious items, there was one of the Santa Maria, Columbus' main ship when he departed on Oct 12, 1492 [along with the Nina and Pinta]. Lights would be on for only limited time so you had to be ...

Zaragoza

A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 11, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

... The good weather certainly helped, but there were people everywhere.

The next day we were also blessed with a warm day and we discovered that the place had a roman history with a number of ruins found and excavated. We explored an old amphitheatre, Roman baths and a riverside building. The afternoon crowds were also out in all there finery as people enjoyed the weather and drinks ...