Hotel Beti-Jai

Address: Santa Agueda, 4, Sanguesa, Navarra, 31430, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Santa Agueda, 4, Sanguesa.
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    Travel Blogs from Sanguesa

    Bulls and Hemingway

    A travel blog entry by richalive on Oct 06, 2014

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    Pamplona After covering 50 miles over the past four days on challenging terrain, I have decided to give my body and particularly my feet a rest today. I said goodbye to Alesia who has been a great walking companion with lots of positive energy and wished her well for the remainder of her Camino. I am strolling around on my own today and it's a pleasure not ...

    Pamplona Pounding

    A travel blog entry by travelindan on Aug 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... While Nic relaxed I trudged all the way down there and bought us a feast: salad, pork chops, veggies, and a bottle of wine. It made the whole hostel jealous and I'm thinking about pitching in for communal meals with other people from now on. It will make it cheaper for everyone and bring us all together. Paying street vendors and restaurants gets old. Well off to bed and see what tonight holds. Take care ...

    Hats off to the bull.

    A travel blog entry by dresalazar on Jul 09, 2014

    24 photos

    ... were singing drinking songs. So... I drank. They drank. We all drank.

    We hopped around from bar to bar, making friends with all the other random drunk people and dancing in the streets. I knew that there were fireworks going on at 11 PM, so at 10:50 we went to the main square and waited. When 11 hit, we heard them go off, but saw the flashes behind buildings. ****, we were in the wrong spot.

    At first we stood around disappointed saying "Oh ...

    Bull Fighting

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Jul 08, 2014

    138 photos

    ... bloody. Americans are generally averse to witnessing the killing of animals, but since Keely and Scot spent years on our respective family farms, and have each killed many animals for food, we are a bit less shocked by the spectacle than the kids are. That being said, it is a key part of the local culture, and we are glad we had the privilege of seeing it, but we this won’t be an annual event on the family itinerary.
    The kids enjoyed sitting next to ...

    Viva, Pamplona!

    A travel blog entry by jgood on May 10, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... clear through the Revolution! After getting settled, we went out to experience tapas. This is kinda like a progressive dinner where you go from restaurant to restaurant eating a small plate in each one. The plates are set out in glass display cases on the bar occasionally with small cards explaining what is in each dish. Many times there are no cards so you are guessing at the ingredients. Jessie is the only Spanish speaker in our group of three. She observed that ...