Hotel Irigoienea

Address: Barrio Iribere s/n, Urdazubi/Urdax, Navarra, 31711 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Barrio Iribere s/n, Urdazubi/Urdax.
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    Travel Blogs from Urdazubi/Urdax

    Walking home

    A travel blog entry by miki.abe on Jun 09, 2015

    ... walk turn into a full on sprint home. Once inside my apartment, I understood why I don't see women walking alone at night. No matter how much I believe in gender equality and that women can be as strong as men, I can't deny the fact that women are targeted more often than men.

    Gender is an odd thing, it can make you stronger and it can make you feel weaker. Donostia is not an unsafe city, but it was a reminder that women have more to be cautious about than ...

    Day Two. Distance walked: 16 miles

    A travel blog entry by lisarickenberg on May 10, 2015

    9 comments, 7 photos

    ... second helpings of both. Then came the main course!! Wonderful pan fried trout from the mountain stream with salad. Yummy. Now to my table companions: Brazilians, a gay Swedish couple (dancing queens?), a lovely 20 year old girl from Chicago called Cassidy walking all alone and a gaggle of 4 Italian ladies of a certain age. Now forgive me my dear friends, but I was glad I'm walking alone. The Italian ladies just talked among themselves and then left without even having said hello to ...

    Bull Run

    A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Jul 07, 2014

    ... after 3 bouts of this I finally got on the screen and everyone jumped up to join me!!! It was great as then people that we had met on our travels saw us and had later face booked to catch up or came over as they knew where we were! Was very funny and I felt very accomplished haha �� We saw heaps of people get bashed by the spaniards because they do things that are not traditional or liked in Spain (like Aussies trying to jump and ride them/slapping bulls on the bum etc) ...

    San Sebastián and San Fermin

    A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Jul 06, 2014

    18 photos

    ... bulls (In Spanish encierro) involves hundreds of people running in front of six bulls and another six steers down an 825-metre stretch of narrow streets of a section of the old town of Pamplona. The run ends in the Pamplona's bullring taking a mean time of around 3 minutes where the bulls would be held until the afternoons bullfight when they would be killed. The event begins at 8 a.m. when a first firecracker is lit to announce the release of the bulls from their ...

    Camino stage 1 & 2 Day 1 & 2

    A travel blog entry by missiemousie on Apr 25, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... thankfully we had pushed ourselves harder earlier on in the day so, unlike many other pilgrims, we had a relatively short time in the rain. Running water had started to form on the tracks which made it difficult to step on rocks without slipping over, which I did :( Again, this would have been made much more difficult as the day wore on - as the rain continued to get heavier. We are now staying in a private pension (pen-zi-on) where we are sharing a place with ...