Oiharte Rural House
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... 8217;t need to stop and fiddle with cards or change. I suppose the downside will be the bill hitting my bank account at the end of December, and not really knowing before then how much it will be. A clever ruse, perhaps, to get more people onto the toll roads.
It was almost dark when we reached Les Acacias, the campsite 6km upstream from Tours. A nice site, what we have seen of it, with big pitches, spotlessly ...
... I nap on the beach.
1600h Back on the bus into Pamplona.
1830h Attend a bullfight. There are more people here than this morning. They all have buckets of Sangria. I sit up the top near the band and rowdy people. Sangria is splashed on everyone. Tomatoes are thrown. The same 6 bulls from the run are put up to fight. It isn't the nicest thing to watch. I will spare the details. The bulls will be served up at restaurants for a ...
So for the next 3 days it is up at 4am even though we don't get to bed until around 2am. It's not too hard to wake us everyone is generally still drunk and some people haven't even been to bed! Onto the bus in our whites from the day before (purples) and arrive at the bus stop again around 6am. Everyone that wants to run goes straight to the street to line up and the rest file onto the arena to get a good seat for the 8am start. Tickets to the arena are only about 3€ however ...
We are staying in a Pension in the old part of town, nice and close to the beach. The only downside with the location, is that it's 2 floors above a bar facing the only old town, semi-enclosed, outdoor plaza which proves to be popular to roughly 4am. The walls here seem to be paper thin and voices carry easily. Thankfully, we are so tired, it doesn't matter. It's not difficult to get about on foot to anything we need ...
... By 11.50am I'm am amazed that we drive right past the walls of Zargoza city to go to a service station 15km further for our lunch stop. We have a picnic of muesli bars fruit and beer. Scenery is now dry agriculture (mainly olives) with some irrigation and gradually flatter as we get to Catalonia. Arrived at our Barcelona, Pullman Skipper hotel at 4.30pm. We have a good size room and bathroom with separate shower and bath tub and, after ...