Hotel Senorio de Ursua
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- Pets allowed
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... until I fly out of Frankfurt. I think they're following me. They say I'm following them. Either way, I'm glad those are the guys I'll spend my last days with.
After getting to San Sebastián, I decided I needed to recharge for at least a day. I went in straight to my room that night and closed out the world, reading and catching up with home. I found out Mike (guy I ran into in Pamplona) was also in San Sebastián, so we made plans to hang out the ...
Walked around Pamplona for a few hours. Alyssa's feet were hurting and my back so we decided to make it a short day. My back was in so much pain I was wearing the TENS unit while we walked. We landed in a albergue Maribel Roncal. A wonderful albergue with a kitchen and garden area. They even had a washing ...
For lunch we found a quirky little Taberna that was fitted out with all sorts of memorabilia and had a fabulous Tuna torilla followed by a plate of grilled Gambas (shrimp) all washed down with a very drinkable glass of local white wine.
I was very disappointed as one of the main reasons for taking a rest day was to be involved in the launch of a new eCamino App that is an electronic version John Brierley's guide book. ...
... live in ... Warm and sunny beautiful beaches and beautiful houses and wonderful churches ... Just that unfortunately I can't speak the lingo. Ohh and the chocolates .. Hmm to die for Pamplona.... Lovely 4 star hotel we arrived during siesta was very quiet and peaceful time to relax in the hotel before heading off at 5. On the coach ride here some beautiful scenery with hills and valleys and dry brown slopes and small green trees roofs of orange tiles ...
... only Spanish songs in this blog, but I will have to make exception for this entrance, so I leave you guys with 'Seven Nation Army' by the White Stripes, this is almost the national anthem of the encierro (bull running) and the San Fermines, which you can find at the end of my pictures. Also please follow the links below if you want to see my bull running and the pile of people. Enjoy!!!