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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This stop was a bit of a surprise in that I had not realized that Javier was the birthplace of St. Francis of Xavier. My original understanding was that we were to visit a castle in this town. The castle, which is quite dramatic and well maintained, is a museum dedicated to St. Francis. The exhibits were excellent including many dioramas ...
... our stuff for the remainder of Europe 2014. Naps, packing and Pintxos pretty much took care of the rest of the afternoon and early evening. We also enjoyed just ambling around old Pamplona, which has become one of our favorite places and savoring what might be our last visit for a while. Jim especially loves Navarra and values the time spent here over the past three years. Our visit here has truly been an ...
... We put our dirty clothes in a basket for the owner to wash and hang out to dry for 2 euros! We then walked out onto the village to look around for bars/eateries for lunch and dinner. It being Sunday morning and during siesta, no bars were open that peaked our interest, so we stopped at a small grocery store and bought a baguette, ham and cheese to take back to our room for lunch. After preparing sandwiches in ...
... close after the running of the bulls. Getting in there during the event is almost impossible with backpacks so we watched the 'running' in another cafe. Grat atmosphere when all the locals pile in to watch. All the groaning and ohhing when the running is happening is almost funny if you were to remove yourself from the situation and observe the crowd. So into Pamplona with my Norwegian mate Ordbjorn. The outskirts of Pamplona are just like any normal city and ...
... to purchase the white outfit, however Terry Klinefelter left me a red bandana in his borrowed backpack. Accident or not,thanks! Our train ride was three hours long, and I'm sorry for not being awed by the landscape yet, but we were at least entertained by a lively Pamplona band of brother, who were definitely only a tiny inkling of what was to come. We got off the train and to the supposed address of our b&b rather easily, we'd have thought our navigation skills ...