Exuberant Zaragoza: the Pleasure Guide

Zaragoza nightlife&culture guide







18 thoughts on “Exuberant Zaragoza: the Pleasure Guide

  1. josypheen says:

    Happy Birthday!

    It sounds like you had an awesome birthday adventure. Zaragoza looks like a fantastic place to explore. My Spanish is still pretty rubbish (thank you duolingo!) so it’s good to hear you coped even without understanding everything.

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    1. godigodesa says:

      Thank you!! Well most ppl I was surrounded with did speak English, but you know how it is, when old friends meet, they fall back to their own language fast 😀 I still enjoyed the company tho 🙂 I am listening to Michel Thomas audio tapes for learning Spanish and I loove it, it is really useful!!

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  2. C-Ludik says:

    I’ve never heard about this place before reading your informative post. Zaragoza seems to be an awesome sight even if it is a lesser known Spanish destination ! This city really offers funky street art and a gorgeous basilica and it is small and walkable 😉

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  3. Anjali Chawla says:

    Zaragoza looks like a fantastic place to visit. Spain is beautiful with all its art, culture and history. The way you’ve written about the place certainly convinced me to add it to my list. I love off the beaten path and less touristy destinations. Happy belated birthday 🎂 I’m sure you have had best birthday ever at Zaragoza 🙂 Stay blessed.

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