Hotel Castillo de Javier

Address: San Nicolas, 50-52, Pamplona, Navarra, 31001, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on San Nicolas, 50-52, Pamplona, is near Pamplona Catedral.
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    Travel Blogs from Pamplona

    The running of the bulls

    A travel blog entry by brunning on Jul 07, 2015

    4 photos

    ... corner', as the name suggests, we didn't want to get stuck there! Found a great spot in a doorway and had 4-5 people deep in front of me as the first Bulls came past. We were pretty safe in that spot. But then we started running... The pushing was the worst part, just trying desperately not to fall over as everyone pushes past while keeping one eye behind them. Lewis, Tobeck and myself managed to stick with each other by holding on to tshirts. You could hear the screaming ...

    Pamplona. Distance walked: 10 miles

    A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 11, 2015

    5 comments, 13 photos

    ... an English Setter. It's lucky I didn't bring any of my dogs as hare coursing is probably frowned upon on the Camino. I also passed a very old lady who I've passed every day now. She obviously sets out very early and arrives late and she is always carrying in addition to her huge back pack, a jute shopping bag containing her lunch. She just wears trainers. An experienced pilgrim I think.

    At the first coffee stop I met ...

    The Running of the Bulls

    A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Jul 13, 2014

    34 photos

    ... few people were standing there. We went and stood directly behind them. Once the fence went up, the people in front of us climbed up on the top rail of the fence, so we were right up against the fence. By this time it was about 6:00 am.

    There are actually two fences - the one keeps the spectators out of the route, a gap where the press and medics are and then another fence to protect them.

    From the time we arrived and right up until a couple of minutes before ...

    Impressive day.

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Jul 11, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... that was english for esteban. She invited me in and asked if i would like to go up and ring the bell. So off i went - she couldn't come with me as the staircase is super small and she must have had a few years under her belt. Anyway, i got to the top and gave it a good hard crack. Yep, it goes good, but note to self, there is a reason why the bell ringers stood right down the bottom and rang the bells with ropes! When my hearing returned i went back ...

    Pamplona, Running Of The Bulls

    A travel blog entry by jgazz on Jul 08, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... sleep as we caught the 5 am bus for the 8am run. Once we were in Dean and I split, wishing him luck I headed to the arena while Dean headed to the streets. The arena atmosphere was fantastic, before the bull run there was a live band playing traditional Spanish music, the crowd sung along and many Mexican waves circled. I was so nervous for Dean, and was hoping that A. He didn't get kicked out by the police before the start because then he would miss ...