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... great sunrise. Lunch in the main square was just what I needed. I had no idea what I ordered but it was delicious meat. Getting up again a further challenge. The heart app on my phone said I had climbed 54 floors. Dessert was guilt free cheese cake that was divine. Hemingway spent a lot of time in this town in the early part of the ...
... day got hotter and we walked in the sun for quite a lot of the way, up and down hills through lush countryside, at one point following the river alongside a park where locals were swimming. We eventually neared the outskirts of Pamplona where we stopped in a suburb called Trinidad de Arre in a nice square for tortilla, salad and very welcome cold beers and lemonade. The countryside has gradually changed from lush green hills and meadows to more parched and ...
... take more photos, please' gangsta and polite, such lovely boys bet they didn't run though.
We walked back to a cafe near the stadium and by this time it was open, we got a coffee and a croissant and just hung out for a bit. The run doesn't start till 8am so we had plenty of time to kill. Around 7am we went into the stadium to find our seats. While we waited for the run there was a band playing and people were singing and dancing. There were ...
... internet and therefore still thought we were back at JFK. Well, it turns out that there are SIX hours between NYC and Madrid time zones. I was casually drinking Sangria and eating paella at a cafe when I asked a couple from UK what time it was and they informed me it was 2:50. My train was due to leave at 3:05. I had thought it was 1:50 and I had plenty of time. Have you ever seen me run? It doesn't work well for me, mainly ...
... turned out to be a real gem. By the time we got there we had only one hour before closing [NOTE: most things in Spain close for a long lunch break - say 2-5. This makes touring a challenge, but leaves lots of time for eating.] The main exhibits at this museum are organized by blocks of centuries and are rich with stone work, wood/other carvings, frescoes and paintings. The exhibit is quite impressive and deserved more than the 1 hour we had to see it. Following our ...