Hotel Blanca de Navarra
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... settled into a nice pace.
We hiked on a mostly dirt path through the country side where the trail weaved in and out of forest and then parallel to the highway. Along the way, Sue had the pleasure of meeting and hiking with Hans, a very tall man from Amsterdam. They soon joined Johnna and I and we all enjoyed hearing his story on the Camino. We crossed over several Medieval bridges before we made our way to Trinidad de Arre, which is ...
Three of us decided that we should stay an extra night in Pamplona to explore and recover. In spite of her blisters Elsa decided to walk on, not yet ready to take a rest day. Julia, Terri and I decided to change accommodation and found ourselves in a German run hostel beneath the walls of the old town with a little river running by. Our strict but caring house mother kept us all in line with quite ...
... to Pamplona by 5:25. There is a regular bus to Pamplona, but it does not start running until 7:20 am. To get any kind of good spot to see the running of the bulls, Alfonso at our hotel said we would have to be there very early. He said some people are in their spots as early as 3:00 am.
We arrived in Pamplona about 5:50 and the whole area was filled with drunken crowds and garbage strewn everywhere.
We could see where carpenters were about to put up a fence and ...
... the cheap sticky wine running down my back.
As I was walking down a narrow street, I spotted one of the guys I had met in Madrid a few days before - we were supposed to meet in Pamplona but I had lost all of his information.
I ran over and we jumped into a hug, neither of us believing that we had actually ran into each other within the thousands of people on the streets. After him and his friends squirted me with more sangria, ...
... and if you were unlucky enough you may also have worn eggs, flour, tomato sauce and mustard. The weather wasn't fantastic, in fact it rained for most of the morning but this didn't dampen our spirits. After the formalities we moved in to the small streets and ventured inside lots of bars and restaurants and danced away to Spanish music, the atmosphere was seriously incredible. The following day was the real deal, the bull running, argh!!! Dean was functioning ...