Villa De Vera
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... Lunch at Luna 2 slowest lunch ever! Back to hotel then to bullfight by 17.30 finished at 20.00 raining but ring all undercover. Down to Plaza del Pilar just as last were being added so get first pic of pyramid of flowers. Pretty Things then Olga and. Los Ministriles. Bars home ...
... I'm in very good hands!
This weekend I caught up on some much needed sleep and had a trip to Zaragoza, the closest city to Calatorao which is about half an hour away. It is quite small but contains some impressive buildings including The Pilar Basilica and El Salvador's Cathedral and tapestry museum. It was a very hot day so I enjoyed a stroll along the river and had an ice cream, but I have to say my lunch wasn't ...
... a short walking distance from the main plaza.
Over the river Ebro the Puente de Piedra (Stone Bridge) stands out with the lions on pillars watching all those that cross.
Whilst this town has many buildings and structures of interest where many hours could be spent just wandering and exploring, we have given ourselves a time limit to midday before we collect our car and head for our last destination in Spain - Barcelona.
... ago. An outdoor cafe for dinner. Beautiful food...wonderful atmosphere ...and then we had 3 Spanish singers entertain us. Just so much fun.... So touristy...but hey, I'm a tourist. I loved it. After that, on the bus for a tour of the Madrid lights. Saw all the beautiful fountains lit up. Our bus driver would take us 3 times round a roundabout so we could take photos. Then onto Plaza Mayor. Absolutely amazing....built in 1619 The Square ...
... Sierra Moncayo, coated in a thick layer of snow, showed up like a ghostly spectre on the horizon as the light faded. We travelled the last few miles in the pitch dark. Thankfully Rhoda knew the way this time. It was 7:30 pm when we arrived.
We are parked between British neighbours, a couple from Northern Ireland and another from York. After lamb hotpot we chatted in the cold ...