Hotel Don Carlos

Address: Dorraburu 1, Huarte, Navarra, 31620, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dorraburu 1, Huarte, is near Pamplona Catedral.
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    Travel Blogs from Huarte

    The Camino

    A travel blog entry by nicash07 on Aug 31, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... day sore person. And the pain came down hard! I couldn't smile. I couldn't be happy. We passed a group of ladies who kept declaring how happy they were to be here and I looked at Dan and said: "something's wrong with me. I'm not happy and I hate this". He nodded and begged for me to smile but I couldn't. Dan decided since I was dying that we would stop short of the full days walk and stay in Pamplona for the night. I decided I was done and would get a bus. I knew the next day ...

    He's got Bulls!

    A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jul 14, 2014

    4 photos

    ... so for the cultural experience. Te whole stadium was packed out. There were marching bands in the stalls playing away, competing with each other. The local bring in all their drinks, no bottles are allowed so they pour it into buckets and make sangria before entering. At the death of the 3rd bull, it signals that it's snack time, you could hear the russeling of foil as everyone whipped out their Prosciutto filled baguette, people torn off the sandwiches and shared them with ...

    Hats off to the bull.

    A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jul 09, 2014

    24 photos

    ... anything about the run from when the first wave of bulls passed me to when I entered the arena. I just knew I needed to beat the second wave of bulls to the arena, or else there was a chance that I'd get stuck in the narrow entrance with them. The only thing going through my head was "Run."

    Once I made it to the arena, I looked up and saw all of the seats packed with people cheering. They had all paid money to sit there and watch us get smashed by ...

    How do we find our way?

    A travel blog entry by jgood on May 12, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    As we describe walking from town to town, some may wonder how we find our way and avoid getting lost. Remember that the Camino is a very old pilgrimage route which has been hosting pilgrims for hundreds of years. The route is very well marked but the character of the marks differ from place to place. First, it will be useful to know that the clamshell is the official symbol of the Camino. We don't know why that is. Perhaps someone could ...

    Day 4 - Pamplona - Mark

    A travel blog entry by ottawacouple on Sep 02, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... streets filled with tiny shops. It still strikes me as odd that most businesses shut down at 2pm for siesta only to open again at 5pm which would be considered an early dinner time by the Spaniards. As I lie in my bed tonight in the albergue I'm staring at rough whitewashed plaster walls and rough hewn beams - craftsmanship from many hundreds of years ago. The albergue can hold up to 50 pilgrims ...