Hotel Restaurante Europa
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After a fabulous night in Akerreta, we set off for our final walk to Pamplona. The weather was on our side and the sun shone as we wove our way through villages and fields. Many fellow Camino walkers along the path - busy because of the Spanish holiday honoring St. Pilar, patron saint of Spain. Got to our hotel in Pamplona by 2 PM and had a …
mother, Margarita, served trout we caught yesterday for breakfast.
These people know how to eat, that’s for sure! And, they don’t
count their calories either, although they all look slim and healthy.
It must be because of all the fresh air and all-day long activities.
father, Alonso, was very happy when Goran said that he can install
the latest maps of Spain on his ...
... pen, the second rocket is to let very one know the bulls are on the street and the third when the bulls are all in the arena. A really interesting excursion. It has really warmed up now we are in Spain it's about 32 degrees. After our tour it was off to the café for sangria and tapas..yum yum. After maybe a few too many sangrias we set off to explore Pamplona for 2 hours on our own before it was back on the bus to our ...
... in inches of mud until our bodies wouldn't let us anymore.
Sunday morning we woke up stiff, mud covered, and frozen solid. We then headed into town with the whole tour group for the opening ceremony of San Fermin. Oh my goodness, what a day. The energy level that day was unlike anything we've ever felt in America. The sense of pride and tradition among the locals was so incredible and their joy and excitement was contagious. We spent the morning ...
... and made our way to the 4:30am bus. When we arrived at the Pamplona bus station it was barely light. There were many interesting sights and the party go-ers from the previous night looked like zombies. Most of the 800m course is lined by 5 story high buildings and, in the early hours of the morning, workers drive the course, hosing off the thousands of crushed plastic cups, sangria bottles and smashed glass left scattered around from the night before. After the clean up they ...