AC Hotel Zizur Mayor by Marriott
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... Madrid so spoke a little Spanish. Whilst we were talking the other woman sat on the benches joined our conversation, she was a lcal girl called Alba and her English was understandable but she made many mistakes. Still, it was far better than my Spanish. She told us about the monastary at the top of the hill and recommended that we go see it but that we should wait until later in the evening because there was no shade up there. She tried to tell us a little about it's history ...
... and take in the scenery, which was at times spectacular. So many different shades of green stretching out before us on to the mountains in the distance. The most memorable thing I took with me from the day was the wind playing on the dark green of the wheat fields. It was like watching ripples on the top of a stream. The wheat fields every now ...
... 8217;t a single TRG Officer (NSW Police) or Technical Rescue Officer (QFRS) in sight! Breze has a huge dry moat around the aboveground part of the Chateau and it also provides access to the underground portions. There are wine cellars, a bakery with an upstairs room where the bread would be put to rise and the keep the yeast fresh, an ice pit which was used to hold ice and snow to keep food fresh, and there were these amazing rooms. Apparently these sorts ...
(Events on 8/15/2013, written on 8/17/2013.) Everyone wakes up slow. Some slower than others. Luckily, we were two of the fewer that weren't feeling queasy from the night before. We cannot move too slow though because we are required to be out by of the albergue by 8:00 a.m. and the time was getting close. This is a standard rule for all albergues. This will allow time for the volunteers of the albergue to clean up and prepare for the next day's pilgrims. Once everyone ...
... overnight, I went in 'Lone Ranger' style into Pamplona, assuming I would see Kerry and Monte in there. When I arrived, I went to the spot we had agreed to meet, but little did I know, they had all missed the bus in that morning. That didn't matter, as I headed to the stadium to watch all the runners run into the stadium and experience the ensuing rodeo and atmosphere inside. There would of been over 20,000 people inside the stadium, all watching the big screens for the action ...