Anaya Hotel

Address: 12 Pamplona Road, Puente la Reina de Jaca, Aragonian Pyrenees, Aragón, 22753, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 12 Pamplona Road, Puente la Reina de Jaca, is near Pamplona Catedral.
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Travel Blogs from Puente la Reina de Jaca

Day 5 Pamplona to Puente La Reina

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Jul 18, 2015

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Pamplona to Cizur Menor to Zariquiegui to Alto def Person to Uterga to Muruzabal to Obanos to Puente la Reina. We started our Santiago de Compostela Camino trek today. It was supposed to be 37 degrees and humid however it rained and thundered overnight. We awoke at 7am and it was raining and only 20 degrees. Perfect. We get to use our new rain ponchos. We left the NH Hotel about 8am. After walking for 5 minutes we decided to stop at ...

Long time no see!

A travel blog entry by pilgrim.pen on May 07, 2015

8 comments, 2 photos

For the last few days I have had a technical hitch that was sorted by a very kind man at the Apple shop in Pamplona and then being in the mountains had intermittent wi-if but today on slightly lower ground now so here' s hoping....
I had a very long walk to Pamplona on the fourth May but some wonderful sights along the way.

Pamplona is a wonderful city and I ended up staying two nights as many pilgrims do. I ate in the bar that Ernest Hemingway ...

Day 4 - Part 1 - Puente de la Reina

A travel blog entry by pjrinal on Apr 20, 2015

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Our day today started with a bus ride out of Pamplona to the day's first stop at Puente de la Reina. The town is on the Camino de Santiago and has a very old, Roman-style stone bridge crossing of the Arga River. The ride over was about 40 minutes and the original idea was to be dropped off at the edge of town so the group could walk through town along the Caminno, ending at the bridge. Sadly, upon stopping to let us off, the driver backed into a ...

Pamplona, known for their Rull run Fiesta!

A travel blog entry by jeffrey.lin on Aug 03, 2014

... or you are interested in them.

I do love that Spanish people when driving on the freeway, don't know if other European will do the same since never driven in other EU country. They will always, I mean ALWAYS, stay on the right side expect passing other cars. I wish that people in California would do that same so our traffic would be better!!

Got back to the hostal late today, will continue more tomorrow.....


Hats off to the bull.

A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jul 09, 2014

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... following me) we drank and screwed around all night. Except this time we weren't covered in sangria, so I guess you could say it was a bit more mellow.

And now I only have Paris left, and then back home on Wednesday. The thought absolutely tears me apart, which is why I'm not even going to write about it. I need to savor these last few days, few people, few moments.

Bastille Day in Paris. What a beautiful life I'm currently living.

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