Hostal Rural JP
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
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... we see our first glimpse of the sun since arriving in Spain five days ago.
The ride down to Pamplona is fast and sweeping, and finally dry. I remember seeing the bull runs of Pamplona on TV. I remember narrow ancient streets with bravos running like hell and jumping over walls and fences just before they get gored by the angry bulls. If my memory is correct then things have ...
... Tikky kar kar" ??? Note for Deborah, we have consumed quite a few emergency chocolates ........ Day 8 rest day at Logrono, capital of the wine making region. We went to the post office to ditch a few things e.g. sleeping bags, thermals, & that spare shirt only to find that it's closed for the only day of the yr for the festival of the Patron Saints! Next ...... off to explore this exciting old city with its impressive buildings and ...
... were the last to leave the pension, but it wasn't until around 11:30 that we actually hit the Camino. First we found a place where we could acquire our scallop shells to indicate our pilgrim role. Then we rode to the outskirts of Pamplona where pilgrims would usually enter the city from. We wanted to experience Pamplona from that perspective, as I imagine it was a significant milestone. D said he was nervous, but I was cranky. As we climbed the ...
... joggers and cyclists. In the park I chatted with an older man who told me I was carrying too much weight in my backpack, and whilst his English was fair, and my Spanish terrible, we had a lovely conversation about where I've been elsewhere in Spain, and we both agreed the Costa Brava, or Rugged Coast, past Girona was a favourite. When I told him how much I had liked Akerreta just a few days ago, he demanded I keep repeating the name until I got my rrrrrrr's rolling ...
... visit. There were other interesting interior elements of this very small, but important, church. After visiting the church, we had lunch at one of the two or three local restaurants. The food and service was excellent -- quite impressive for such a small town. We also walked to the bridge crossing the Aragon River for a view of this landmark. There were several old buildings listed on the local map as historic - none were open for viewing, but the exteriors were ...