Hotel Tres Reyes
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Tres Reyes
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tres Reyes Pamplona
Travel Blogs from Pamplona
... of a pole. Several rows back in the middle of the procession of 100-150 people was a small statue of Saint Mary mounted on a platform, being carried by 6 people in a fashion similar to pall bearers. With time to spare, we joined the procession (wearing our backpacks) and proceeded to circle a two block area in the village, ultimately returning to the church. As we walked a leader spoke something and then the followers responded ...
... by a nice gel pack of second skin from Chrissa. I remember when walking was a pleasure. Now, feet placed as calculatedly as any toddler, it is pure effort. Pain, worry (Will I make it? Is it tendonitis? Am I ruining my feet forever? Will I ever be healed?).
I fought, sang, breathed prayers, told the story of The Empty Pot, made guttural growls laughed at by bikers passing on the ...
... itself. In a nutshell this is an amazing tradition and if you ever get the chance to see it it's definately worth living and breathing this Spanish tradition and festival of events. Once again it is disappointing that the only thing in the Australian media about San Fermin is someone getting gored by a bull. This leads to the outspoken minority who spend their life commenting on social media and never experiencing anything outside of their mobile phone. San Fermin: how awesome to experience ...
... or bad. The tickets are surprisingly reasonable, but we can't buy any for tomorrow until later tonight. It is getting breezy and cold, so we decide we will get back to our room, yelp a good place to eat, eat, then come back to buy tickets for tomorrow. The thought occurred to join in the party, but we decided we were tired, no doubt from our late night escapade with the Lumineers, so we will be festive mañana. On the way back to our room we find a pleasing menu ...
... by blackberries, the whole way, either side of the path. I think we had our fair share of antioxidants. All in all it was a hot and long day. We walked 29.27km in around 8 hours (our longest day yet). We arrived at the Albergue crossing another medieval bridge that was built to support the safe journey of the pilgrims walking the Camino. The place where we are staying is an oasis, situated at the top of a hill with a swimming pool and an absolutely stunning view of the mountains and ...