Holiday Inn Express Pamplona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Last night, I slept soundly. It could have been because I was exhausted. Or perhaps because my three roomates barely made a sound (in fact I was wondering if I should check to see if they were still breathing). Or, most likely, it was the red wine I shared with the Irishmen in the hostel kitchen. They entertained me with their stories. We discussed everything from ...
... keep the **** and activities up every day. It was a bit like turning up to a wedding a day late and everyone had left except the die-hard cousins and uncles (you know the ones). That said though, being the only 2 standing we ended up with a personalised tour of Pamplona and of event along with free sangria and food. Pretty good we thought! The tour guides,both Aussies, were so passionate about the festival visiting it in their early 20's and 20 years later still turn up year ...
... expected, many began to run instantly to avoid even seeing the bulls. We waited with hearts jumping out of our chests. I heard Tommy V who has an obvious height advantage provide the instructions, "not yet Mummsy, not yet". By this stage runners streamed past but still we waited, it is considered cowardly to enter the arena before a bull and although many went early the majority waited for the beasts. I had done my research and new the pros and cons of my current ...
... the one with massive horns. Even standing on my tip toes it was almost impossible to see over the thick crowd. All of a sudden the crowd split and the steer was right in front of us. I turned to put my perfect exit strategy in motion but, with the vast amount of people trying the same thing, I couldn't even get within 10 meters of my red saviour. Luckily, there was no shortage of other idiots just like us, and he was quickly distracted by braver individuals waving their nation's ...
very warm goodbye was had, a lovely dinner cooked and a luscious
basket of treats (most of which home made) to take on our travels. We
are very blessed to have crossed paths with this little family! We
got on the road towards the pyrenees, coming to a lovely village,
Lescun. This looks out to an ampitheatre of snow capped mountains,
absolutely stunning, and we have a sweet little walk, where Ella was