Hotel NR Noain - Pamplona
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at is much smaller than the others; it fits 26 people and thankfully our room only has 4 beds, with Chris (Australian from Bunderberg) taking the other bed. With so much time on our hands we quickly showered and roamed the city with Mauricio who was also staying at the same place. Unfortunately because we arrived during siesta time, the majority of shops were closed, but we did still get to walk through the narrow streets where the running ...
... and I'm resting as Norm takes care of business. Business today is taking care of laundry, paying for another night here, and changing money. When I'm less dispirited, I'll go out for breakfast and to shop for socks that work better. It seems the blistering is partly due to damp feet, and also that I'm not in shape. When I hike again, I'll wear my hiking sandals with socks. My business today is mainly to rest my ...
I felt oddly emotional afterwards and realised it was quite a big thing to happen so early on. Let's hope the repair lasts until I return to the reassuring expense of Nick Green in Cranleigh.
Lucy has returned home as planned, leaving Tot to continue so we are meeting for supper later. Tomorrow is going to be scorchio and there's another big hill to climb so it will be an early start.
... for a lovely feed of bacon and eggs for our lunch in a little cafe over the bridge, then another 4kms to Arre, followed by the village of Puente de Magdalena before reaching Pamplona.
The first half of this section was a tranquil walk by the rio Arga. The later half was along the busy main road leading into and through the city of Pamplona. There was plenty of shade along the tree lined riverbank ...
... border the land scape started to change, we crossed over the Pyrenees mountains, all very scenic with the rolling hills, deep valleys and the little Spanish villas set high on the hills. Pamplona is a lovely city, much bigger than I imagined and very noisy. The local soccer match was on and the locals go crazy for their soccer, yelling, singing and chanting in the streets to the point they even interrupted our ...