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... to cafe con leche, fresh squeezed valencia orange juice and a banana. Our bodies recharged, we continued on for another couple of miles to Obanos and found a very nice Casa Rural (www.casaraichu.com) to stay for the night. For 38 euros we have a nice private room with two beds and desk, a modern, spotless bathroom across the hall, a large deck and living room and access to a fully equipped kitchen... A ...
... is something about fireworks that turns me into a kid again, so by the end of the show I realized that my cheeks were hurting from the gigantic smile I had on the whole time.
When in Madrid, I had a conversation with Scotty about how wonderful travel is. He said something that I loved about the people you meet and the things you do.
"The greatest thing about travel is that you can fall in love, even if it's just for one night."
... we arrived!).
We opted to skip the rest of the party (the kids all had sufficient pre-bullfight entertainment that they passed out in the car on the way back to San Sebastian), and still arrived back at our apartment at nearly 11pm. Everyone said what an incredibly fun day they had, and we have great photos and memories to take with us forever.
It must have been a full and fun day, because all of us slept 9 to 10 hours last night after returning ...
... Pamplona is a Northwest kind of place since our goal is to protect on the downside by getting out of the way of a raging bull (market that is). Hopefully we will be able to attach a picture of a man who forgot to do just that. The picture is from a very large sculpture (probably 40 feet long) in the heart of town which commemorates the running of the bulls for which Pamplona is known. Speaking of running, I should close now. We're back on the trail tomorrow! Sent from my ...
The last 2 days have been a highlight for me on this pilgrimage. As I write this blog. I am sitting looking at the area that Xavier grew up in. We have had some personal reflection time here, which is why I am doing all my blogging! Yesterday we left Loyola early and went to Pamplona. We ran like Bulls! Arriving in Javier we relaxed, and toured the Castle of the Xavier family. We were given ...