NH Iruna Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Iruna Park Pamplona
Hotel was under renovations and the shower screen which was glass feel on top of Dave , the safe did not work and so some of the others put their valuables in our safe. They need to finish to renovations before they have groups there.
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After arriving in Pamplona getting settled into our hotel we went for a walk around the old city and then went to see the bull rings and walked the narrow street the Calle Estafeta. where they hold the annual running of the Bulls. Only a short distance but very narrow but at the end is the most incredible statue or sculpture of the Bulls took many …
... br> Our next stop was San Sabastian, which is a beautiful city right on the water with great beaches where you can surf and swim. During our stay, the waves were so powerful that they were crashing into the city and onto the roads. We spent probably a solid half-hour watching the waves from up close and then running away like cowards when they drew too near.
The architecture here is very similar to Pamplona, there is colour everywhere. The best way to see the ...
... the day walking with Maria-Claude, a young woman from Montreal.
Pamplona is an ancient walled city founded by the Romans in the first century. Some of the wall remains today. Hemingway used to frequent the city and enjoyed the local wines and of course, the bullfighting. "The Sun Also Rises" has many scenes in Pamplona. The city is probably best known ...
... to book 2 seats. Strapping on the backpacks we headed to the tram station that was only a couple of hundred meters away. After a 20 minute tram ride and a short wait, up pulled a brand new VW. The driver hopped out to help us with our bags and we were on our way. This time our driver was a French business man who's name was, Iñaki. He works in Bordeaux, Tuesday to Friday, and was on his way home to the family for the weekend in San Seb. Luckily for us his English was very good ...
... who walked a thousand miles to fall down at your door'...popped into my head.
We saw some signs highlighting a bar in 3kms so we decided to rest there and eat lunch, and of course go to the toilet. But when we arrived it was a pop-up bar consisting of van set up in a small paddock with tables and chairs, with no toilet to be found! Not good! There was nowhere to go. Even if I wanted to go in the shrubs there were no shrubs, only crops. Short ...