Gran Hotel La Perla
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... was all
strange to me. I’ve never seen so massive adrenaline rush
concentrated in one place! I know a couple of adrenalin addicts who
are into extreme sports; but running in front of an angry bull was
something I couldn’t understand for the life of me why people are
doing! The whole purpose of the event was to lure the bull from the
stable to the arena, all the way on the other side of the town.
... coming from behind as the second wave of Bulls approached. We moved to the side to avoid them, Lewis even jumped Out of the arena completely. We kept running thinking that was all the Bulls. It's a 800mtr run and you've got to try get down into the arena at the end, they close the gates after the last Bulls pass through. So we were jogging along thinking we had missed it as both sets of Bulls had gone past. Then as we saw the gates were still open ahead of us, we also ...
... our aches and pains and a lot more besides. There was a really nice Australian couple too but as they were both struck down with a chest infection I'm ashamed to say I slightly kept my distance. We exchanged info from afar.
Surrey alert - my Aveda shampoo, lugged all the way here, has proved great for rinsing out clothes. I grabbed it from the salon virtually on the way to the airport and I now smell of rosemary and ...
... it's a pilgrimage! By the time we reached the top of Alto del Perdon, we were into the hottest part of the day. With the exception of the downhill run from the top of the Alto, it was a very slow slog into Estella. Forgot to mention that one of our friends has to use an electric bike because of knee problems and we have to stop and charge the battery every 100 km except it eats juice when you're climbing ... was almost dead by the top of the ...
... and if you were unlucky enough you may also have worn eggs, flour, tomato sauce and mustard. The weather wasn't fantastic, in fact it rained for most of the morning but this didn't dampen our spirits. After the formalities we moved in to the small streets and ventured inside lots of bars and restaurants and danced away to Spanish music, the atmosphere was seriously incredible. The following day was the real deal, the bull running, argh!!! Dean was functioning ...