Hotel Tres Reyes
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Bike arrived this morning and all prepped, with a lot of help from a bike enthusiast hotel employee. Took a 5 km walk out to check out the bike route I will be taking and it looks ok. Had a stroll around after that and some ponchos and vino Tinto before a siesta. A bite to eat this evening before a big sleep ahead of my first cycling day! A bit ...
... an English Setter. It's lucky I didn't bring any of my dogs as hare coursing is probably frowned upon on the Camino. I also passed a very old lady who I've passed every day now. She obviously sets out very early and arrives late and she is always carrying in addition to her huge back pack, a jute shopping bag containing her lunch. She just wears trainers. An experienced pilgrim I think.
At the first coffee stop I met ...
... earned rest and the scenery, being the iconic Camino sculpture named 'Where the route of the wind crosses that of the stars'. Pilgrims are from various eras are depicted. The site was originally where a chapel and pilgrims hospital stood. It was said that if you reached this point your sins were forgiven and your spiritual health was guaranteed for the rest of the journey. So I guess I'm sweet for ...
... to sleep off the events of last night, and those of us who were just arriving. Those of us just arriving looked A LOT better than the other group!!
Pamplona is one huge week long party, with the average age of the participants being around 20, and the drink of choice being a liter of Sangria that you purchase for about 3 euros (a good cheap form of “lubrication” for the festivities). Ross was considering actually running with the bulls, but ...
... them, this of course is frowned upon by the Spanish people, and those people were booed. People were being thrown about and stomped on, I couldn't believe what I was watching, on top of that how they got up and kept going is beyond me. In saying all of this the most hilarious part of the whole viewing experience was when they bring out the massive bull to calm the small one down, everyone is so focused on worrying about where the small bull is until they ...