AC Hotel Ciudad de Pamplona by Marriott
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22 km 14C ( not warm at all ) Another start before dawn. Torchlight lit the path that crossed the bridge and headed towards Pamplona. Today was pretty hard going because the path climbed steeply in places. My muscles were sore from yesterday but I made it to Pamplona by 12.30. There was time while I caught my breath to admire the scenery ...
The day began with an early climb from the lovely medieval bridge up the hill out of Zubiri past an industrial complex into open countryside reaching to 560m. We then followed the river Arga walking along tree lined riverbanks. Guy swam, (obviously), picture to follow and we enjoyed a coffee with Bill and John in Zuriain. Beautiful cats in the shade of the cafe garden next to the river and the lovely Swedish/Spanish family plus the Irish were there as well.
... we get a better view. By this stage we were all very hungry and headed off to find a cafe. But nothing was open so we wandered down to look at the San Fermin statue. This is pretty cool. It was a few guys running away from a few bulls. While we were standing there we watched some guys get onto the statue for some photos. They were doing the bloods signs and being all gangsta. They then asked Kelly to take some photos, but cracked us up is they said ...
... can look less "hikey" for the rest of my trip. It took me awhile to find the post office... stumbling around asking policia, who were all very vague in their descriptions. Finally found the post office and some nice guy there put up with my lack of Spanish enough to get the clothes boxed up and sent. I had been calculating the time by using what was on my ipod touch and adding 5 hours to it, since it had not yet been able to ...
... leaving the Cathedral we headed out to the Museo Navarra. Along the way we got diverted by what we understood was going to be a traditional dance display in Plaza San Francisco. Sadly, by the time we got to the plaza, the event had moved on to yet another location in the city center. Rather than chase the parade, we decided to return to our original plan. Along the way we stopped at some local shops - Virgi bought some fabric for curtains that was quite lovely. The ...