Hotel Restaurante Europa
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Once I got to the right hotel it was great!
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... I go. Thanks Mary! I have tried a new Foot Management Strategy, following Jennifer's advice - I've ditched the second layer of expensive techno socks and my feet hurt just the same either way. And I use Frosty's nappy pins to attach the not quite dry ones to the outside of my pack as I walk along. Cool.
The next day dawned to a brilliant blue sky and a wonderful dawn chorus again. The first walkers passed my window at 0640 ...
I looked back at Scotty and he gave me a look, as in a "use your girl powers to get us a good spot" look. Girl powers activate.
I started to talk to the boys about where I was from, where they were from, and introduced them to Scotty.
"No no, mi amigo."
"Ah no es el novio, Julian!"
They began to get excited that I was single and told me to hop on the fence with them, but I told them I would only go ...
... was out there with everyone else. Every time they went over towards Dean I couldn't watch, I was so scared for him, thankfully he came out un harmed. Overall they realised 5 or so bulls individually and people risked their lives to get the adrenalin kick they wanted by getting as close to the bull as possible, most people try to give it a tap on the bottom for good luck but some others attempt to grab and wrestle them by the horns and a small few tried to get on ...
... were all keen to try new things so had calamari, chorizo, and crab and it was all extremely delicioso. On the walk back to Sven I lifted my shirt and asked everyone if my belly looked like that of a man who had had a good birthday and everyone was agreed that it did. An amazing day, just what I wanted and there were no comments as guaranteed by Jessica yesterday but I have to say she met my challenge and gave me a fantastic birthday to ...
... a thriving community settled as early as 958. It was one of the first monasteries to receive pilgrims on their way to venerate the recently discovered tomb of San Tiago. Later is became the first university of Navarre. Apparently, for over a millenium it was a respected seat of learning and hospitality. Today it is uninhabited, abandoned by the monks that gave it life for over a thousand years. Apparently this happened in 1985 and due to the lack ...