Hotel Castillo de Javier
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Castillo de Javier Pamplona
This was a great place, good location to everything I wanted to see and plenty of restaurants and bars very close. Friendly staff and the rooms although are small, were very comfortable... As a pilgrim all you need is a bed and a little peace and quiet
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This morning I woke after 14hrs of solid sleep feeling fresh and excited to start the day. I have now totally repacked my bag, moved things around and its feeling way more comfortable than yesterday. I still think it's to heavy, now with the stuff I took as hand luggage attached to my bag I am sure it's at or over the 10kg limit I gave myself. I …
... ladies in their mid sixties who spoke no English but managed to communicate with vibrant hand gestures. These two ladies were hilarious and seemed to be having the time of their lives. They gave us some walnuts they found and showed us how to crack them open. Just what we needed for that extra boost. We arrived in Pamplona by 1:30pm and fortunately encountered zero rain! The sky was as blue as could be by the time we arrived. The municipal we ...
... with women's groups all chattering and enjoying tea and cakes. In Spain, they don't eat dinner until 8 but we can't easily wait, so we eat around 6:30. They had a good pilgrims special, green salad, French fries and pork and flan for me. They served us an entire bottle of red wine. You can get a three course meal, with wine for ten euros. It's morning on Wednesday as I complete this. I've treated my ...
... too useful conversationally. He did the repair in no time at all (it's quite a leap of faith to allow someone you only met 5 minutes earlier to approach your mouth with a large needle) and he reassured me that I can email him at any stage along the Camino and he will recommend a dentist nearby and send on my records. And the biggest plus? THE WHOLE THING WAS ONLY €90!!! You pay that just to be allowed to sit in their ...
... morning crossing over a very old stone bridge that crosses the rio Arga, little creeks, dirt roads & shady paths.
We passed lovely green pastures, stopped for morning tea & watched eagles soaring in the blue sky, walked along river banks, through the historic village of Puente Larrasoana with a population of 200, then Zuriain another 4kms further along, Puente de Iturgaiz where ...