Saturday, October 26, 2013

Zaragoza

Zaragoza. This week I have spent 3 days in Zaragoza (Spain) for an european project: long trip (2 hours flight + 90 minutes train) and full immersion meetings. However I have found the (short) time to visit the city and for a run along the Ebro river in the darkness of the early morning. The first photo is Plaza de Espana in Barcellona where we had lunch before catching the train. The others are in Zaragoza. 





Workouts. It is difficult to follow a scheduled program because of all these business trips in Europe. In fact I am almost to leave again for other destinations. However I succeed in running everywhere, more difficult is to find a swimming pool. But I don't complain, now the things go better: the workouts are about 10 km long with the finishing time a little bit under the 60 minutes.

Have a good week end.

11 comments:

  1. I love discovering Europe through your blog - beautiful! Wonderful that you get to run on all your travels :) .

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  2. I would love to visit Spain someday. I enjoyed your photos. Yes, it is hard to stick with a scheduled workout program when business comes first. 10KM in under an hour for a workout sounds pretty good to me.

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  3. The architecture of Zaragoza is magnificent. I love those old, ornate, beautiful buildings.

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  4. At least you have magnificient locations for your meetings. 6 minute ks is a good pace for training. Please be a consultant for the Wallabies - they are soft!

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  5. Glad your blog re-opened for visits! Nice that you can travel to all these fantastic places! Beautiful.

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  6. Glad you are still managing to get your running in with all your trips!

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  7. Glad you are getting your running in. What a great way to be in some new places.

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  8. It's been a while and I am glad to see you remain an avid runner. All the best

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  9. That last pic is stunning! The great thing about running is that all you need are your shoes and you can run everywhere.!

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  10. That's the beauty of running: you can do it anywhere. Your travels look exciting! Enjoy!

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  11. Your job involves a lot of travel! I would like that- most of the time :)
    Hope you are able to find a pool to use. The rivers and lakes are a bit cold this time of year!

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