Hotel Senorio de Ursua
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ahead to book somewhere in Larasoannes but we were tired and wanted to stop. The tourist office was closed anyway and we soon realised there were no beds in Zubrini. Morale took a skydive but we were sent an angel in the form of a rather attractive Spanish man on a skateboard (with a dubious taste in shirts and bright green trousers) who phoned ahead to Larasoannes and booked us beds. There was also a bed less Elderly French couple and he ...
... watching. I had a slice of delicious potato tortilla, coffee and what I thought were toothpicks of olives and peppers, but presented a nasty surprise of a little stinky dead fish when they surfaced from the olive oil they were swimming (not) in. I bypassed the fish, which wasn't to my liking, and headed off to explore this old part of town, of an ancient village. Hemingway loved Pamlona, and visited every year for 5 years in a row in the 1920's, ...
... bridge in Arre, where I stopped and rested and ate an apple. I had walked alone since the church, but now I stopped, at least a dozen pilgrims came along who must have been behind me, and they all crossed the bridge and took the outskirts of the city route into Pamplona. I really wanted to take the detour, not crossing the bridge here, where the path continues alongside the river, which swells where another river joins, and there is also a very old mill I'd like to see. I ...
... Ecolaundry where you can wash a huge ( up to 9kg) load of wash, soap included, for 6€ and in only takes 37 minutes. Drying for a full load took 30 min for 4€. Linda chose laundry detail while Jim moseyed around, trying not to get into trouble among the multitude of shops and bars open this Sunday morning. Clothes washed and moseying completed, we returned to our room to complete reorganizing ...
... turned into a competition between man and beast where the young adults would get in front of the bulls trying not to be passed on their way into the market arena. A national sporting culture was born. The festival continued locally for many generations and was relatively unknown to the world until Ernest Miller Hemingway visited it in the early 1920's. What followed was the novel, 'Fiesta: The Sun Also Rises' which introduced the world to the uniqueness that is San Fermin ...