Holiday Inn Express Pamplona
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... earned rest and the scenery, being the iconic Camino sculpture named 'Where the route of the wind crosses that of the stars'. Pilgrims are from various eras are depicted. The site was originally where a chapel and pilgrims hospital stood. It was said that if you reached this point your sins were forgiven and your spiritual health was guaranteed for the rest of the journey. So I guess I'm sweet for ...
... had brought. Everything was pretty mellow now. I am sure most of the people who had been partying there all night had gone away to sleep.
We stayed at the park until 11:00 am and then wandered around the old part of the city. There were crowds everywhere, everyone in a festive mood. There were various little bands here and there playing.
We walked to a somewhat less busy area and stopped at an outdoor restaurant and had a sandwich and beer. We then walked over to ...
So it was the day to say farewell to Pamplona, and what a beautiful day it was. I headed out of the city with Cheryl, Sharon, a Canadian couple Jeff and Chris, and her sister and brother-in-law, all of us following the brass shells in the footpath to the outskirts of the city. I was looking forward to a day of walking in the countryside again after being in a city for two nights. I wasn't sure what to expect accept one steep hill, the Hill of Forgiveness. To ...
... them the day before. Psychologically it was very satisfying to be finally on our way. Pamplona was 47km in the distance. A lot of time climbing was spent in first gear just making our way up the steep slopes. The exhilerating glides down were extremely satisfying. We averaged 7kmh going up and 26kmh spinning down. After one of the more arduous climbs we saw a sign for a lookout and - a coffee van! The view was of several extreme ...
... and didn't enjoy it. This result in us turning in early. Things of Note: - I don't know what Ray did to me last night, but I felt ordinary till halfway through the cricket. - I couldn't believe that Lord's (of all grounds) allowed spectators to take their own food and alcohol into the stadium. If only we had known that going in. - Lucky 7 has yet to let me down and I highly recommend it to anyone that is in London. July 26th: After a good sleep, Ray and I headed out early to meet Chino ...