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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... bulls occurs (crazy if you ask me). The evening was spent at a pinxtos bar devouring the Spanish delicacies with Mauricio and Ron, a New Yorker who flew over to spend 3 days on the Camino with Chris. Total cost for today: Breakfast: €1 Jam and bread Lunch: €2.5 Pate, prosciutto and cheese baguette Dinner: €10.50 Tapas Snacks: €0.50 Apples Accommodation: €6 Total per person:€20.5 Till next time Ann & Jason ...
... and taped that one would think we were hiking barefooted rather than in hiking shoes. Within the first minutes of a steep descent, we were quite aware of how stiff and sore our legs were that we came up with the term "the old man waddle" as the description for how we looked making our way downhill . We were energized by the forecast of partly cloudy skies, temperatures in the mid 50's and NO RAIN that the discomfort was quickly forgotten ...
... 4: Peter if you see this, Lucy is looking for houses in Brook Green through Bective and Justin needs to find her something ASAP.
Small world #5: She used to be an upholsterer and when she gave up her workspace to have her babies it was taken by the very same upholsterer who Sheila Leet Cook has just recommended to me.
I must thank so many of you who have posted comments or emailed/texted me directly. I really, ...
... number of water fonts along the way.
Pamplona is a beautiful city, and the camino runs through its heart.....we soaked up the atmosphere and visited the cathedrals and explored the lively streets before settling into the Jesús y María albergue, part of the 17th century Jesuit church, and cleverly adapted to provide 114 beds in cubicles built into the side naves with all modern facilities.
... with their carry on...these Spaniards are very passionate. The walking tour was fabulous, Pamplona is also very hilly with very narrow cobblestoned streets. We retraced the route the bulls and the crazies that run with them take. From the holding pen before the run, which is normally a car park to the bull ring that corral the bulls at the end. They set off 3 rockets during the run. The first rocket is the bulls are ...