Hotel AH San Fermin Pamplona
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... Ness quite a lot and she is keen to catch up, I personally don't see it happening by the sounds of her schedule but we will see. I hope this dorm room compares to San Sebastian, that is the yardstick in quality for hostels now in my mind.
I have caved in and messaged Malia, whenever things get quiet I feel like I need her, it's hard when I want to know about her day, every day. I hope her job is going well and that she has a lot of success there, it is ...
... shop keepers board up their doors and windows. We walked all the way to the bull ring but it took less than 10 minutes. The bull ring was not illuminated so we couldn't see it very well. Outside the bull ring on Passeo de Hemingway there was a bust of Hemingway as he wrote several novels in Pamplona about bull fighting. Then Raymond gave us until 7:10 to meet back at the Plaza Mayor for dinner. We went in a couple of shops and Derek ...
We have planned several excursions form Labastida. Today's drive is to Pamplona, capital of the Kingdom of Navarre. It’s also famous for the festivities of San Fermín, where bulls are set free to chase brave, but crazy people through the town. At least the bulls have their moment of glory in the streets of Pamplona prior to their execution by hopefully able matadors in the bullring. I hardly need to say that this ...
... I was afraid to participate and but at the same time I was equally afraid of being separated from Nathan amongst all of the chaos. I had never seen such complete and utter chaos! Not even the police could keep it under control. The police were trying to pen people out like animals. There was kicking and shoving from every angle. I was no place for women and children. I can remember seeing a small boy in tears trying not to lose site of his father amongst the turbulent sea of rojo ...
July 5th: Today was unfortunately the day Marty and I had to split up. After three great weeks traveling through Scandinavia and Spain, it was time to say goodbye. So after a relaxing final breakfast together and a not so relaxing re-packing of my bag, he walked me to the train station, as I was heading to Pamplona to meet my mate Josh today (to run with those cows). Josh was waiting for me at Pamplona train station (for like three hours) and both of us just wanted to kick back and ...