No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel Avenida
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Avenida Pamplona
Travel Blogs from Pamplona
... sell mainly tapas, but it is slightly different than in Southern Spain. They put the tapas items out on display for you to look at, so you can pick and choose before you order. Often the tapas are put on little skewers so you can grab them yourself and they can charge you later depending on the number of skewers. However, this system is not very elegant, because more than once we had to remind the shopkeepers that we owed them much more than the bill described. I ...
... s sad that people get in uproars about it. We wished that Australia had such history and culture- at no stage do we stop work for a number of days and get together with our families to celebrate an iconic event. If we did maybe it would give people something worthwhile to enjoy rather than get caught up tweeting about mindless sensationalised stories and events... Arriving at our camp on the edge of Pamplona was quite exciting- there were so many people dressed up in white ...
... day having a look around with a view to only doing a few more Ks to Cizur Menor on the other side of Pamplona. Ps and for those family who were concerned that i would get some idea that running with the bulls would be good fun - there are three reasons why i will not be able to do it unfortunately. 1) i don't have a white t shirt 2) i don't know the special chant / song that they all sing prior to all hell breaking loose 3) i am not completely bat **** ...
... sick of it. I was in better shape than half of those guys, and knew I could outrun a ton of them. So yes, I was running.
At 7:45, the crowd of people started moving. Oh my god. I turned to my friends.
"This is literally the stupidest thing we could possibly do."
"Haha, yeah. That's true. Hey guys, why are we doing this?"
No one had an answer. Still, we continued to move with the crowd.
I felt like I was on a prison ...
... out the other side. The exit and entry gates were shut and it was now our turn cheer and hug. As we caught our breath, I looked at the red wall that was containing us thinking to myself, "It would be easy to jump in the case a steer decided to line me up". Moments later the gate swung open and the first steer was let into the bull ring. It was so much harder to spot the manic animal than I first thought it would be. Honestly, the poor thing was probably more scared than I was but, he ...