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It is 9:30 Monday morning, and Cathy is still sleeping in the bed beside me in a hotel. Yes, you heard right, a hotel. We have taken a much needed break to regroup and recover a bit, not to mention reevaluate everything we are hauling on our backs. It was a tough couple of days, and we are a couple of hurting puppies. It has been very hot, which I …
... into done if the oldest beech trees/forrest's in Europe - it was just delightful. Roncenvalles - the first stop in Spain (which by the way there was absolute no salutation that you had passed from France into Spain) is a very picturesque old Monastery that hails from Charlemagne's time when he came to Dpain to run out the Muslims. (He is touted to have succeeded but because he damaged the city of Pamplona on his way through contrary to his promise, the Basques masaccared his ...
... through the streets appreciating the enthusiasm of the locals obviously enjoying themselves immensely. We cannot discover where the white and red clothing originates, but it is also used in Pamplona during the annual festival of San Fermín. It has to be something Navarran.
Our next stop is Puente la Reina, a medieval town on the Route of Santiago. There are so many ancient well-preserved towns in Spain that one ...
... work we ended up with a pretty tasty dinner of meats, salad, bread and fish.
With the boys a bit nervous about their morning run, we stayed in town long enough to watch the fireworks display before heading home so they could get some rest before their 5am wake up call to get into position for the running of the bulls – not to mention Heidi and I had the same start time to get into the stadium to watch them hopefully not get mauled to death doing ...
We left Larrosoana with high hopes for better weather however it quickly became clear that the weather was determined to stay cold and cloudy. After two long days of hiking we had a short day of only 10 miles and we were allin pamplona by 11am, which was fortunate as it started raining shortly later. Natalie was the first one in and managed to make it in time for mass at the cathedral, which was very beautiful inside. Andrea and Amber also went to mass at another church in the city, ...