Hotel Blanca de Navarra
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... shocking) that acquiring tickets would be tough, we acquired 2. We headed back to our room for real, to get some sleep, so we could get up bright and early to watch our first running of the bulls. However.. As Heather Prowd said, the crowd outside our window does not agree with our plans and as it is 1:42 and I feel like I am in a dance club, my totally real psychic powers are telling me a siesta is in my future tomorrow. Even so, tomorrow: running of the bulls and, bull ...
... br> After a few minutes, he came back in victory. I can't say I've ever seen someone's eyes filled with madness like that.
"I TOUCHED A BULL!!! WOOOOOOO!!!"
After watching some more bulls charge people, we all decided that we had enough excitement for a lifetime.
We walked out of the arena laughing and cheering, talking about how that was the greatest moment of all of our lives. We headed back to the hotel to pack out things ...
After a good night sleep we awoke to another beautiful, cool morning and had a family style pilgrim's breakfast (coffee or tea, juice, toast and jelly). At about 8:00 a.m. we loaded up our gear, and began our walk to Pamplona. 60; The early walking was up and down like yesterday but not nearly as steep. We walked past a large mining operation outside of Zubiri and after about two miles arrived at Larrasoaña. ...
... took a drink that it got very much the same as it always was.' Such truthful words from the mighty Hemingway! Pamplona has indeed changed as time has gone by, but once you take a drink, everything changes and we're back to the original festival which began within these streets. Arriving in Pamplona was one of the main highlights of this trip, a couple of months back I wouldn't picture myself running with bulls or even setting foot on these grounds, but seeing the town and the people ...
... is stunning though, and pictures in no way do it justice! The people are super friendly and love having tourists around during the one time of year that puts them on the map. We spent our first day having a byo picnic in the centre square, another novelty as there's no liquor ban and a 1 litre bottle of wine is 89cents! Not to mention the sangria which has been a staple part of my diet since I arrived. I'd like to think its helping me get my 5 plus a ...
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