Hotel AH San Fermin Pamplona
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... imitate shooting people "pew pew pew" .... I put that bandana back as it's covered in my spit and grab a clean one to purchase with the rest of my outfit.
After I have a pizza cheesier than Ganzer's pick up lines we sit downstairs at the hotel and witness a debacle. Brazil lose 7-1 to Germany, no Neymar no Brazil. Entertaining nonetheless, perhaps somewhere in the world a German will have a break from being so serious and crack a wry smile of disbelief, but ...
Our next Europe adventure began on a Thursday night after work and even though delays meant we didn't get into Barcelona until 2 in the morning we were still pretty excited. The hostel we arrived at was incredible and brand new, built by a back packer himself with every single detail designed for travelers comfort. Each bed was like its own little room.
With only one day to explore Barcelona we headed for the tourist route and walked around taking in the variety ...
... make sure we were in the town square. Nat said, 'Get right infront of the town hall's clock for the opening, it gets packed, it's crazy!'. And, right, she was. Dressed in our clean whites we were like moving targets, as we pushed into position, with a 1.5L bottle of sangria in each hand. We sang and danced with locals and tourists alike. It's Spanish tradition to, at will, spray anyone and everyone with the red wine mix and we were covered, head to toe, within 15 minutes. A rocket is ...
... sitting outside in the sun overlooking Plaza del Castillo! A perfect way to finish the day. I'd organised to meet with our Irish friends the afternoon before they left Zubiri to continue on to Akerreta, so I checked with Brian to confirm we were still on. They met us at the bar we were drinking at, and low and behold Manuel, the Columbian man I'd met on my first day out, was with them! It turned out the Irish guys stayed in the same hotel as Manuel in Akerreta. So it ...
... in the small villages dinner is included! So many choices, this town is very appealing! I may say we are smug about our planning, but I have to say that this afternoon I felt really tired!! And I looked at our itinerary and realise this is only the start....! (We have completed one segment of 8)! But now we are back from dinner and do feel much revived. When we looked back we had not eaten much during the day - a slice of tortilla at 11 am, and an ice cream once ...