Apartamentos Mendebaldea Sercotel
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... I had coffee at the Cafe Iruna, which still has its Art Deco interior. Hemingway wrote Fiesta here. Pamplona is also famous for the bull running. The streets are narrow and charming with colourful pots of flowers everywhere. The Albergue is modern but is inside an old deconsecrated church. I can't say that day 2 had any spiritual ...
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We enjoyed our walk into Pamplona, lots of tree lined streets and a well signed path for the pilgrims. Eventually we crossed the Puenta de Magdalena another beautiful medieval bridge, before coming through the Portal Francia a striking reminder that Pamplona has been an important fortification whilst always opening its gates to pilgrims coming from France since medieval times.
Luckily the Hostal Jesus y Maria a converted ...
... happening on the screen, like a kiss cam and dance cam which were very funny to watch. As it was getting close to 8am we all started to get nervous for our fellow busabout crew. Good thing with our t.shirts is that it should be easy to spot them when they run in.
About 7:50am they showed the bulls that will be running today on the screen and their weights. They are all about 550-600kg. So not the heaviest but this breed has the highest ...
... my gigantic breasts. You should have seen me running through Madrid and the train station (and security). I watched the train slide its way down the track from the window with a sweaty frown. Luckily they gave me a new ticket... this one for 7:35pm which put me in Pamplona at 10:40pm, much later than I wanted, but better than having to wait until tomorrow. The language thing has been harder than I expected. I remember a ...
... we headed off to Rua Estefatta for lunch at a place Carlos recommended. Upon arrival we found the menu (pinxos only) to be not what we wanted, so we went down the road a bit for a Menu de Dia offer. Once again, lots of interesting and good food. Barely finished lunch in time to rejoin the group for the return trip to our retreat hour. On the way back, the driver toured us around the city so that we could see various neighborhoods and get a feel for how Pamplona residents live. ...