The Parador of Zamora
Spanish writing exercise

Parador de Zamora

Learn about high-class Spanish hotels located in castles, palaces and other historic buildings. In this exercise you'll practise El Condicional Simple, the difference between "saber" vs. "conocer", relative "que" and El Futuro Simple.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "citadel", "double room" and "city wall".

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Would you like to stay in a different and luxurious hotel? Spanish paradors are the best option. My parents know a parador in Zamora which is amazingly beautiful. It is a fifteenth century palace that was built in the ruins of an Arab citadel. If we decide to go there, we will stay in a double room and we will have amazing views of the Esla river. In addition, we will eat extremely delicious regional dishes and we will drink wine from Toro. As the parador is located in the center, we will go to see the city wall and we will go out partying in Los Herreros street. I hope we go there very soon!

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