Hotel Husa Noain

Calle Real s/n, Pamplona, Navarra, 31110, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pamplona

The Camino de Santiago

A travel blog entry by big_trip

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Anna's first blog. The best part of cycling is downhill. It's so fun because it's so fast. The worst part of cycling is the uphill. The worst part of that is it is so tiring and dad doesn't talk much and mom zooms by.When you cycle by I say Buen Camino and people smile for joy. People say to me peddle faster in Spanish. People stare at Homer. Homer comes on all of dad's bike trips. I hope there's more ...

Running very fast away from the bulls! - Pampalona

A travel blog entry by mitchpayne

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... anything can happen! It’s the most dangerous part of the course. At around 7am the police start pushing people back to the town square (about 100m before dead man’s). Then for 45 minutes we wait while people are chanting and generally just giving off nervous energy! At 7.45am they release everyone to start where they like on the track. Isaac and I stuck together, wanting to position ourselves just after dead man’s. Jase and Jose are a bit less of ...

San Fermin Fiesta, Pamplona SPAIN

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage

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... ran straight past the runners (no blood and gore) and the race was over too quickly. It was not until after the race the real entertainment began. A wild bull was let back into the arena and was left to be antagonised by the bravest of the men (and few women) who remained in the arena following the race. They stirred up that poor bull really good. I got a few really good snaps of people being thrown into the air by the horns of the bull. It was very entertaining, however, ...

That time we ran away from those Bulls

A travel blog entry by cortrhys.ward

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July 5th: Today was unfortunately the day Marty and I had to split up. After three great weeks traveling through Scandinavia and Spain, it was time to say goodbye. So after a relaxing final breakfast together and a not so relaxing re-packing of my bag, he walked me to the train station, as I was heading to Pamplona to meet my mate Josh today (to run with those cows). Josh was waiting for me at Pamplona train station (for like three hours) and both of us just wanted to kick back and ...

Pounding the pavement to Pamplona

A travel blog entry by marymc21

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... like oranges, jambon, bread... Just nothing that combines to make an amazing meal. To finish up, we had a DIVINE pastry, in the shape of a bull's head that had jam in the middle, and strolled back to the Albergue. In the meantime, the Brazillians had arrived and were clamouring all over the place. I really don't want to dislike a whole group, but the noise level at night is beginning to grate... Earphones, here I come! Buenos noches! Steps: 40,115 Stairs: 125 Km: ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Real s/n, Pamplona, is near Pamplona Catedral.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent