Hotel Beti-Jai

Address: Santa Agueda, 4, Sanguesa, Navarra, 31430, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Santa Agueda, 4, Sanguesa.
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    Travel Blogs from Sanguesa

    Bulls Running Down the Street, What a Crazy Sight!

    A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jul 07, 2015

    ... back to the camp site, about 2/3 of the group head out on a day trip to San Sebastián. We stay behind as we will soon be going up there ourselves. While everyone is away Lisa and I catch up on some sleep and take a nice stroll through the township that we are staying next to. Most things were closed but we did manage to find an open pub there! The next mission on our to do list was to pack our bags as we were leaving the next day early and our bags had ...

    Pamplona to Puente la Reina

    A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 03, 2015

    32 photos

    ... and arch around, opening onto the private timber balcony, giving a Tarzan's view through the trees and the green grass, where he river was bubbling beyond. I've just had dinner at a local bar with a fellow pilgrim I've met from Arizona, 10 euro each for the Pilgrim's meal of 3 courses, including bread, water and a bottle of wine ... It's such great value. I had fish. The creme caramel was like jellied egg, so I mashed it up to pretend I had eaten it. It was interesting hearing my ...

    Our first few spots of rain

    A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Sep 15, 2014

    ... an hour. We walked on very stony paths in the open for most of today and included the usual walks up hills and down the other side. Seven hours of walking was enough to heat up the feet. My body us holding up really well with no extreme muscle soreness evident. The equipment I chose to walk with has not let me down and so far appears to have been good choices.

    Running of the Bulls: Pamplona

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 13, 2014

    15 photos

    ... turned into a competition between man and beast where the young adults would get in front of the bulls trying not to be passed on their way into the market arena. A national sporting culture was born. The festival continued locally for many generations and was relatively unknown to the world until Ernest Miller Hemingway visited it in the early 1920's. What followed was the novel, 'Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises' which introduced the world to the uniqueness that is San Fermin ...

    Hats off to the bull.

    A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jul 09, 2014

    24 photos

    ... anything about the run from when the first wave of bulls passed me to when I entered the arena. I just knew I needed to beat the second wave of bulls to the arena, or else there was a chance that I'd get stuck in the narrow entrance with them. The only thing going through my head was "Run."

    Once I made it to the arena, I looked up and saw all of the seats packed with people cheering. They had all paid money to sit there and watch us get smashed by ...