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where to stay between Salamanca and Zaragoza?

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We are driving around Spain in September/October. The current plan is:
Jerez de la Frontera (and the white villages)
Cordoba
Ubeda
Toledo
Salamanca
??
Zaragoza
Costa Brava or south coalst////
Fly out from Barcelona
As you can see we are avoiding the big cities because we have been there before - this time we are concentrating on beautiful, slightly less visited places.
We have a couple of nights between a few days in Salamanca and three days in Zaragoza for their festival in October. Burgos is clearly about half way but I wondered if any Fodorites know the area well and could recommend a lovely spot in that area - or is Burgos just wonderful and a place not to be missed?
Any accommodation recommendations too? We like moderate authentic friendly places (nothing too lavish).

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