Hotel Nobles de Navarra

Address: Cuesta Zapata 5, Aibar, Navarra, 31460, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cuesta Zapata 5, Aibar.
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        Roncesvalles to Larrasoana

        A travel blog entry by lacyscott on Sep 10, 2015

        14 photos

        ... for them too although by the look on their faces you would have thought he had condemned them to death! As lovely as this was we did then have to walk another 5.5 k and we were all tired. So some of us had ice cream to ease the pain and we hobbled off and managed to hold it together and walk to Larasoannes! Not a pretty walk by a cement works and the road. We were rewarded by a lovely Albergue with our own room with sturdy pine beds. Bodies ...

        Pamplona to Puente la Reina

        A travel blog entry by kimlevering on May 30, 2015

        2 photos

        ... surrounding you and the strong wind is a welcome element as your body is hot from the climb. Jens tells me that the previous year when he arrived at this spot it was incredibly cold, so the wind was not so welcome. The metal pilgrims provide a good photo op. The climb down was not easy. Juan had said that many pilgrims have twisted their ankles on the descent because it is quite rocky. I passed through several towns and ended up catching Jens at ...

        Bicigrinos on the run ... Day 1

        A travel blog entry by 2appreciate on May 06, 2015

        3 comments, 38 photos

        ... we chose a more communal style of arrangement. As was the case last night, D is in a hen house (and he's been smiling for hours).

        We arrived at our Albergue at 5:55. It was a full day of riding, though for some parts it was 'move' for 2 minutes and rest for 30 seconds. We had one stop for about 20 minutes where I had a coffee and D had icecream. Other than that, it was "slow and steady wins the race".

        Buen Camino.


        Pamplona to Puente la Reina

        A travel blog entry by jodiev on May 03, 2015

        32 photos

        ... profound things that they had experienced on the Camino. Meanwhile the older lady returned with two bars of soap, and advised that the man upstairs (so to speak), wanted 1euro for each bar of home brand soap. Im pretty sure he (or maybe the older lady) made a profit in the end. How profound. I laced my boots, pretended to be busily looking in every direction but my fellow Pilgrims, and snuck off on my way like a robber in the night, before they could engage me in their conversation ...

        Running of the Bulls: Pamplona

        A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 13, 2014

        15 photos

        ... it the tourist icon it is today. We never appreciated how massive the Festival was or that it went for 10 days- that is 10 morning runs, 10 evening bull fights and a whole heap of festivities and people dressed in white and red drinking sangria in between. We were lucky to catch the final moments of it along with a bed. The local passion for the event is huge. Shops are closed, everyone goes on holidays and families attend parades and fireworks spending time together enjoying ...