Hotel AH San Fermin Pamplona
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... church bells were very cool. A metal roof rises up, the bells ring, and the roof closes. Next we went to the museum which has aa whole floor dedicated to the art of cheese making which is a really big deal in this part of Spain. We learned about how cheese was made but, I admit, I stopped paying attention because it took too much energy to try to figure out what she was saying. We looked at a bunch of Madonnas and saw ...
... morning. I was glad to get away because the site was huge and getting rather noisy and busy with locals coming out for the weekend. Somehow as well I managed to acquire a few earwigs in the van there. I can put up with most creepy-crawlies but I gotta to say I really don’t like the evil looking little buggers. I’ve spent every spare moment hunting them down and just when I think I’ve got the last one another one appears.
As the route to ...
So.... Luckily I didn't write this post two days ago.
My post two days ago would have been something like: I &):%**!? Hate the Camino.
Day 1: so *^^*^* hard. After a horrible restless night at a crazy lady's home (she owned over a dozen animals with two of them being roosters who think the middle of the night is the perfect time to sing the song of their people) we had to walk straight uphill for ten hours with no end in sight. I was ...
... they had definitely found their way into the party scene, and had even met a few locals, who were happy to share drinks with them, and practice their English. They definitely had a very fun time!
We had to pull them away from their new local friends, so we could head into the bull ring to get ready for the start of another key part of the local culture, the nightly bull fight. For each of the nine nights of the festival, six bulls enter the ring, one at ...
... friends and continuous partying, and our last night was no exception. Heading up to the camp ground's bar, come night club, that hosted DJ's every night, we settled in with a new batch of friends and continued with our terrible tradition of getting sloshed the night before having to leave. We had an excellent time at Pamplona and the San Fermin festival was something we were happy to be apart of. We were even happier to leave with no regrets and no gore wounds. We came, we ran and we ...