Hotel Blanca de Navarra
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... made it up top. Among other things, we saw countless beautiful cathedrals, winding streets and rode a classic carousel by the ocean.
As much as Spain is a beautiful place, I have the question the hairstyles of the inhabitants. A few hours into our stay, we started to play a game where we would find the worst haircuts we could find. Among them were, mullets, skullets and even a dreadlock mullet! Yet, we did not see these horrendous hairstyles just once, oh ...
... the day walking with Maria-Claude, a young woman from Montreal.
Pamplona is an ancient walled city founded by the Romans in the first century. Some of the wall remains today. Hemingway used to frequent the city and enjoyed the local wines and of course, the bullfighting. "The Sun Also Rises" has many scenes in Pamplona. The city is probably best known ...
Good nights sleep in my small hotel room in Central Madrid, early departure and walk to Atocha Railway Station to catch 9.am RENFE train to Madrid. Fascinated by scenery thru window, Lots of corn, sunflowers, bare arid lunar landscapes in part. Arrived ...
... me knows I do not do well with anything body/injury related. Ouch. Jed thinks it's hilarious to keep jabbing me in the thigh...it honestly makes me get goose bumps and freak out every time if think of the injury and of course Jed jabbing me brings it all back. Yuck. That evening we headed back to Pampalona to celebrate the closing ceremony. There was of corse the final Bull fight. Where all of the six bulls are fought and finally killed. Now I'm not too proud to say but we did ...
... night sky being lit up. I looked around at where I was. I was surrounded by fireworks, Pamplonians celebrating, and drunk Aussies singing their national anthem. There was no place I'd rather be.
Again the fireworks ended, and we were going to only hang out for a little while longer so we could catch up on sleep before the run.
Nope, still a lie.
We ended up in a tent, raving and throwing sangria around with other drunk ...