Hotel Senorio de Ursua
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as many names and faces as possible. We cranked out 14 miles and stopped it short to enjoy the day in Pamplona. There was no running of the bulls but this was still a very happening city. It was so beautiful it almost seemed fake, like a movie backdrop. We arrived to the line at our albergue and who would you guess arrived directly behind us, our favorite Asians! Yay! We are going to be bunk buddies ...
... down and began using their water guns as sangria shooters, spraying the onlookers with sangria below. After the first bull Vicky was more than done with "experiencing the tradition" but made it through the second (hardly watching but I did see the second bull attack one of the matadors right before it passed on- needless to say I was rooting for the bull) before being flooded with emotion at the horror of the scene and angry that belligerent Spaniards were ruining ...
... time they have been doing it only 16 people have died. Afterwards we went back to the campsite and we went out for a special birthday dinner. We tried squid donuts, which were squid inside and breadcrumbs and at first I thought it was fish but then daddy told me it was squid. I liked it. We had pineapple pizza. Daddys birthday was very fun, it was the best birthday he has ever had.
Ruby says: today was daddies birthday ...
Errin's POV: Day 3 Today was a relatively 'easy' day considering the first two. It was made difficult mostly by the aches and pains that came from the first day plus more rain and more mud. This time I managed to keep my butt off the ground by taking it a little easier and keeping my eye on the road. The weather changes so quickly, one minute we are freezing cold and dripping wet and the next we are hot and can't wait to strip our ***********. The country side is ...
... with the sleeping quarters up a few stairs. The sleeping quarters are 20 individual pods with a lockable footlocker, full set of immaculately clean linen, privacy blind and light with dual power sockets so you can charge all the power hungry devices modern day pilgrims carry. The ablutions are not unisex as is normally the case in albergues. These facilities were also scrupulously clean, with one of the best showers I have ever used and copious quantities ...