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... to be a funeral chapel that dates from the 12th Century, where services for Pilgrims who had died here in the hospital were held. In medieval times, Pilgrims were allowed to stay in the Albergue during bad weather for up to 3 days, to recover from the Pyrenees crossing, and could engage services including foot washing and beard trimming! My accommodation is the Hotel Roncesvalles, a surprisingly chic hotel in a wing of the Monastery. The long entrance hallway is ...
... energetic and free-running style of football this year seemingly able to quash any opponents when the Port team is on song (in fact, I have repeatedly told people Port is my new 2nd-fave team).
While feeling nervous about Port playing in its almost irrepressible presto style, I was rather hoping they would falter on the big stage and play instead in the style of adagissimo. Maybe the Tigers could take on the primero role and take control of this performance.
The shop on the site had its own ovens and we managed to get fresh rolls every morning. This never happened on our fast days which I must say is still going well. We ate in the restaurant on the site a couple of times as they had the most amazing Pizza and they sold a very strong lager called EK1. Funny as that’s where I am from EK. Maybe could start a brewery up back home.
I was having a mega issue with my ...
... I nap on the beach.
1600h Back on the bus into Pamplona.
1830h Attend a bullfight. There are more people here than this morning. They all have buckets of Sangria. I sit up the top near the band and rowdy people. Sangria is splashed on everyone. Tomatoes are thrown. The same 6 bulls from the run are put up to fight. It isn't the nicest thing to watch. I will spare the details. The bulls will be served up at restaurants for a ...
... Pinxtos'). Wowee Cowabunga. Food Lovers need to go here. We
did a 2 hour 'Taste of San sebatian' tour which was excellent, taking
us through the market, explaining things and to a few bars for
tastings. Really gave us a great insight into the food here, very
special. It's a good thing our camper was 3kms away so we could work
off the food a little!
For dragging Ella around for 2 hours, we
had to give back, taking her up the Funicular to a Hilltop ...