Villa de Castejon
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- Continental Breakfast
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... evening I'm invited to watch a rehearsal of El Grupo Síntesis (<a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Si ntesis-Ejea-grupo-musica/64181909254251 6" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">https://www.facebook. com/pages/Sintesis-Ejea-grupo-musica/64 1819092542516</a>). These guys cover popular Spanish songs from the past few decades and feature Carlos, the husband of English teacher Ángela, on keys. ...
... in town was the cathedral, which was later combined into the overall castle complex. The church was very nice but, for the most part, pretty austere. Our next visit was to The Palacio de los Reyes de Navarra. Started in the 13th and 14th centuries, the castle was greatly expanded by Charles III (The Noble) and became the royal seat for the kings of Navarra. The castle today is maintained ...
... King of Navarre from 1402-1424. During the War of Independence in 1813, the palace was deliberately set on fire by the Navarre General to prevent the French from taking control of the site. The reconstruction organization started in 1923 and the building started in 1937 and lasted for 30 more years. There was also a beautiful church attached to the Palace. Finally, we got to go into one of the Spanish Parador ...
... statue of Don Quixote and Sancho. Don Quixote, fully titled The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha, is a Spanish novel by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.....( I've got Internet...can you tell?) Our guide told us that after The Bible, this book is the most translated book in the world. So, in the marvellous Plaza Mayor, I went looking for a replica of the statue....you know, about 2 inches high.....anyway....My pronunciation of ...
... in the distance or nestling on a small hillock, its church steeple standing tall.
South of Zaragoza the land starts to become undulating and increasingly full of vineyards. Here, these are black, gnarled leafless plants stand in rows between sleepy ghost-like towns. Dusk was beginning to fall creating an array of reds and golds on the bands of cloud in the sky. The mountain range ...