Travel Blogs from Zaragoza
A crowd of 10,000 showed up on race day, not bad considering where the track is and the fact that this is the only round which actually charges spectators an entry fee, all other rounds are free to spectators... But here, unlike at home spectators have plenty to spend their money on, merchandise stands and team merchandise is everywhere....
Monday morning I was up early, making two trips from my hotel to the underground carpark ...
We docked at 11.45 and getting off the Ferry was really quick. We were on the road Sat Nav working flawlessly. In 3 hours on the emptiest road I have seen we were in Zaragoza. But the toll was more that €30 which probably explains the clear ...
Driving through the country side of Catalonia and Aragon I'm amazed at the amount of cultivated fields. At first glance it looks rather dry but wherever you look they grow something and to be able to do that there must be water around. Over the 300 K's that we covered the rich looking pasture lands and orchards just continued coming. We drove non stop to Zaragoza to get there before 1PM (siesta time) as the apartments were then closed ...
... in that it is the only conserved testimony of a large building of Spanish Islamic architecture of the era of the Taifa (independent kingdoms)".
It was quite nice, not amazing but worth visiting. Supposedly, its nothing compared to the Arabian buildings in the south of Spain but unfortunately, we won't be heading ...
Early departure from Barcelona today towards Madrid.
At around 1 pm we arrived to Zaragoza and we stayed about 2 hours in the old city part. I visited the Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar.
Arrival at 5:30 p.m to Madrid and at 7 I was at Plaza de Toros to see the bull fighting that took place that day.
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