Gran Hotel La Perla
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... s fabulous museum. The Roman temple artifacts dated back to 72A.D. and walked us through time to the present structure. We enjoyed a drink at Cafe Iruna on the Plaza del Castillo , favorite haunt of Hemingway and watched all the locals socializing. The culture is very social and relaxed, gathering in the plazas each evening for drinks and conversation. We are intrigued with the Spanish schedule. Stores open at ...
... white new clothes and stocking up at the local grocery store we headed out to experience the ambience of foreigners and locals (weighing more heavily on the foreigner side no doubt) before heading to dinner where Chelsie, the organizer of everything, had made reservations. Traditional Spanish food and local wine made up the set menu that we shared across the table as we got to know the other members of our group. The mix was pretty impressive and included four Americans (myself ...
... for the same reason - to celebrate.
Before this trip, I despised crowds. But I've been finding myself in them constantly and somewhere down the line started to love it. I didn't mind bumping shoulders with hundreds of people and having strangers pour questionable liquids all over me. How do you hate that in Pamplona?
I wandered the streets for a bit and had sangria and buckets of water dumped on me from the people on the balconies ...
... of the bulls. We went back to camp, but along the way we discovered a sweet little river that was filled to the brim from the rain before we arrived. We obviously had to swim in it. It was probably -39 degrees, but it was so much fun riding the current and playing on the rocks. It became our own secret hideout for the remainder of our time on camp. Later that night back at camp we spent hours drinking sangria, singing along with the band, meeting new people, ...
We are back on the Camino after 5 days and on current plans should be walking pretty much every day for the next couple of weeks. Today about 18 k from Pamplona to Uterga (population 170 :)) over a little peak called le Perdon, with the increasingly ...