Hotel Zenit Pamplona
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Pamplona
... good English but attempted to fill us in one the history. In summary, there was a lot of fighting because the area is the easiest passage to France. For a while, there were two Counts in charge, one on either side of the mountains. The one in France was Count Pew or something like that. Eventually a bishop came along and got rid of the Spanish Count because he did something really bad but no one knows what it was. ...
... the Bull ring and then walk along the streets where the bull run takes place in July. People who do it must be nuts. Walk back through the Plaza Mayor to the hotel. It is converted from the home of the Dukes of Guendulain and is full of beautiful antiques. In the evening we have dinner at the restaurant attached to the Hotel Europa which is very ...
... some suitable shoes, but there weren't any. A little later Lucy looked again and - honestly - there was a perfect pair for her. They say the Camino provides what is needed.
As we arrived at Pamplona we made a bit of an error. We hadn't actually arrived. We were in a suburb with another 3 miles on pavements to go and as we'd switched off marching mode, those miles were very tough. But we found our way to the main square and ...
... to be an unexpected adventure. Turns out another train malfunctioned and was blocking the track to Pamplona. Rumours however suggested we were turning back and we would not make it to Pamplona that night. The rumours were wrong and we pulled into Pamplona 90 minutes late around 9 pm. We checked into the Hotel Pamplona Plaza ( a short walk from the train station and ...
... the run, and especially watching all of the people. The amount of alcohol consumed here, and the early hours that everyone begins drinking at, makes the whole scene quite interesting.
After the bull run concluded, we sat at an outdoor café on the main square in town and all played cards together for a couple of hours, enjoying the views and the atmosphere. You could see the party just getting revved up, and the kids were looking forward to walking around ...