AC Hotel Ciudad de Pamplona by Marriott
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... journey and so I am not surprised that my body still aches a little but my mind tells me that easier days lie ahead. The heavy rain turned out to be a very light drizzle and the cool breeze is very welcome and ideal for walking. It is a lovely walk today through tiny quiet hamlets and woodland paths, occasionally alongside the river. We walk through ...
... phone call to your room you are left behind, he's already done it once to one guy who wasn't ready for one of our excursions. Message to self, do not be late.
We made our lunch stop at Biarritz on the French South coast in the Bay of Biscay. Biarritz is your typical seaside town but so European with its cobblestoned streets, wide promenades and seaside cafés. It was also very hilly if I don't come back with toned ...
... on. Very narrow streets all through town, leading to the Arena. Siobhan and myself stayed and got tickets to head inside the area, and the boys were off to get barricaded into the run track. A good hour and 1/2 later, as also a beer and sangria later...it was soon time! We'd been chilling in the arena whilst the boys spent the longest hour and half of their life psyching themselves up for it! The Busabout crew advise to not run, and so does every insurance company and well, ...
... sloppy drunks dance and fall over on the street. People watching at it's best.
I met up with the guys a little later and we hung around for a bit, hopping on a fence and people watching until it got dark. Then, something scary happened.
We were sitting up on the fence when a girl ran to us, asking us where the medic tent was. Oddly enough she recognized Scotty from Ireland - that seems to happen a lot in Europe.
She was ...
... and I wouldn't let him do it. I saw him later in the day and he said that he would still do it to me. I'm avoiding him at the moment. Along with the group of Koreans, is a little older lady who we have nick named 'Turtle'. She is very slow but catches up to us at every stop. We pass her many times throughout the day and everytime we pass her she shouts, 'Buen Camino', with a huge smile on her face. It didn't take us ...