Hotel AH San Fermin Pamplona
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Lisaandrob stayed here on Oct 27, 2013 during their trip titled: Lisa Rob & Ava's Great Adventure.
... take their lunch from 13 to 15, their afternoon snake 16 to 20 and dinner from 21 to 23.
Depends on the area, some places call it Tapas or here in Pamplona they call it pintxos. Still need to get use to the European eating hours.
Eventhough I spend a little longer then a year in Berlin, I still forgot that European don't like you to look them in their eyes. If you do that, they would think that you either have a problem ...
... the opening ceremony.
As my train pulled into Pamplona, I was taken back by the lush rolling mountains and tiny villages within them. Northern Spain is underrated, I wish I spent longer in the north and skipped more of the south. Next time.
I quickly jumped off the train and rushed into a cab, running by crowds of people dressed in white and red. After a ten minute cab ride, I checked into my room at the hotel ran outside to search for the bus ...
... of our fellow coachmates. When we finally were rescued by a new coach sent from London, we still had 19 hours to drive. Our easy 22 hour trip turned into a nearly 30 hour endeavor.
Upon arrival, we were shown to our homes for the next 4 days. Ezcaba campground consisted of hundreds of small 2 person tents in countless rows surrounded by gorgeous mountains and hills. Our tents were already occupied by lots of little snails. There was a few ...
... for BandAids and ibuprofen; however, most of the town is closed for their siesta (nap). Most towns close for a few hours in the middle of the day and then reopen around 5 p.m. We pass the time having a couple drinks and a small bite to eat at a local restaurant. While at the restaurant, the stragglers of the group arrive. Along the trail today, Nick met a girl from Denmark named Lotte (phonetically spelled Low-da). We decide to meet at the ...