Palafox ... Hotel San Carlos in 1993 and the recent demolitions of the John Sunday House and A.V. Clubbs School. Skopelos, another local casualty, closed in 2009 after 50 years as a culinary landmark. Last year, Jim Homyak helped resurrect the restaurant.
A public bus service to city center, taxis, car rentals and hotel ... best restaurants for exceptional Spanish cuisine and other fine dishes. Founded by the Phoenicians in the year 1100 B.C., Cádizis the oldest continuously inhabited city in Spain and.
In addition to Spain, at various times in its history Pensacola ... as the state's tallest building at the time. The tower sits on Palafox Street, a delightful mix of local shops, restaurants and entertainment that proves not all downtowns have died.
ZARAGOZA, SPAIN ... elegant Hotel Palafox, an old-school place in the heart of the city. My reason for staying here had nothing to do with its wood-paneled walls or gracious service. No, my reason was a selfish one: I wanted to be near its Aragonia.
Parador Soria - Hotel Antonio Machado (Parque del Castillo; 34-975-24-08-00; www.paradores-spain.com/spain/psoria.html), is on a hilltop, and some of its rooms and the restaurant have ... red wine was 4 euros. At the Palafox (Calle Vicente Tutor 2.
Hotel Ritz Madrid is pure luxury. The high ceilings and gilt mirrors of the grand lobby set the tone, and the rooms have a sense of old-fashioned glamour. Our favourite part of the huge breakfast buffet was the fresh churros. From £196. Palafox Central.
Hotel Palafox, Marques de Casa Jiménez s/n ... a fitness center and hip lounge. Doubles begin at $62. Aragonia Paradís Restaurant, Marques de Casa Jiménez, s/n, Zaragoza; 23-77-00, www.palafoxhoteles.com. Earth tones and low light set the stage for.
Booking ourselves into a swanky hotel, the Palafox, in the centre of the old town ... the hotel had a gym and rooftop pool to work it all off. Although Zaragoza is Spain's fifth largest city, with an ancient history, it remains largely off the tourist.
Pensacola ... by the king of Spain in 1806, it is the resting place of many early settlers. Some of the graveyard's mausoleums are reminiscent of those found in New Orleans cemeteries. The Civil War Soldiers Museum (108 S. Palafox Place, (904) 469-1900.