Vinacua Hotel

Address: C/ Pintor Goya 3/224, Zaragoza, Aragón, 50680, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Pintor Goya 3/224, Zaragoza.
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    Just to Catch You Up...Also This Will Be Long.

    A travel blog entry by abaruch on May 20, 2014

    ... so any aspirations of one of the most memorable hikes of my life were shot to **** almost immediately. You might ask why I flew into the most expensive city in the world to start my journey, but the flight itself was actually ridiculously cheap, it's just the place I landed that more expensive than base-jumping from the Eiffel Tower (I have no idea whether base-jump is hyphenated or not).

    I already gave a brief update upon my arrival in Barcelona but I'll also include here ...

    Pamplona... Running of the Bulls

    A travel blog entry by annaderrig on Jul 08, 2013

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    ... you pass on the street. This is not friendly nor does this make sense. It is not Spanish as much as you think it might be. Everyone will continue to look at you strangely... This is the moment where you should shut up. Do not say things like 'WHAT?' and stare them down. NB// Stick with your friends. If you get lost/ happen to wander off... Make sure you know the name of the hotel. NB// Have an alcohol free day. Two days at this festival and your liver is ...

    Ohhh, Maps Lie!

    A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on Apr 16, 2013

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    Zubiri to Trinidad de Arre Convent

    The morning after we crumbled into the unexpectedly wonderful Pension and had a restful night sleep, we decided to walk 3.25 miles to the next village for breakfast. Good idea, but it was an aggressive morning walk and we discovered the little village was very little, although there was a sign to a bar (coffee bar). We went that direction and found only a vending machine dispensing coffee - no restaurants, ...

    Running, museums and dancing

    A travel blog entry by alicia.chenier on Nov 24, 2012

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    ... by ruins and I was able to take pictures. Today, we went down to the ruins and into the museum that tells about the ruins. They were once for the Roman theater. Later when Spain was at war, the stones were taken from this structure to build a wall. It was therefore destroyed. There was a guide that told us some of the story. The tour was made for kids. The tour guide had the kids using masks and musical instruments from the time to show some of ...

    Heading back is so hard to do

    A travel blog entry by bushwalkaus on May 03, 2012

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    Well. I'm going backwards. Had a slight set back yesterday & have had to rest up for a couple of days. Nothing serious, I know what caused it & how to prevent it from happening again, so I'm not worried. Ruined my favourite hiking shirt with stupid nose bleeds though so pretty peeved. However, all things happen for a reason & this was a lesson I had to learn. I decided to head back to Pamplona just in case. The road ...