Hotel Senorio de Ursua
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it in his novel, "The Sun Also Rises". We walked back to our hotel, locked up our luggage and took it down to "recepcion" for storage until we return from our Camino and paid our bill. All preliminaries are complete. Tomorrow morning we rejoin the Camino de Santiago Frances. To follow us on the Camino, go to the link to our other blog, "The Camino- Our Way", located to your right on this webpage. Buen ...
... the guys made me forget about it quickly, assuring me that I was safe with them. Though I never get to the point where I'm drunk enough to lose control, it can still be scary. Call me naive, but I trusted these guys to look after me during our celebrations, and they did.
Earlier in the day we had decided that the smart thing to do was to take it easy and call it an early night. We wanted to be fresh and rested for the run the next day, apparently ...
... and toured the city. First stop was Cathedral of Santa Maria la Real as recommended by Manuel , Brian, Eion, Pat, Tony and John last night. And they were right; it was beautiful! I think we were there for a couple of hours wandering through the Cathedral, cloisters and diocesan museum complete with the remnants of archaeological digs. It was just wonderful!
On the way back to the hotel we browsed the shops and admired some of ...
... It always seems a rush to get to the toilets and showers. I think I recognised six different snorers out of the eight people in the dorm. People seem very tolerant. Apparently, I am a good snorer but the American woman across the aisle was too good for me. Yesterday, she arrived at Zubiri at 2.30pm, slept til about 7.30pm, got up for dinner in the same restaurant we were and then went straight back to sleep. She was the last one out this morning so it will be a ...
... Chateau! Chenonceau is the Chateau that is always photographed with the beautiful arched bridge in the river. The bridge was added to the Chateau by Dianne de Poitiers and then when Catherine de Medici lived there as the Regent of France, she turned it into a two-storey building – a ballroom and quarters for the ladies and gentlemen at her court. I’m not even going to try and describe it except to say that it is the most stunningly beautiful ...