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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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As I write the next recap of my journey I am sitting on a bus bound for San Sebastian! That's one thing I’ve come to realise when travelling with no plans, three days in one location feels like a lifetime and there is a constant push to keep moving, see more, experience as much as possible.
Seems strange to be writing about arriving in Pamplona when I am now really sad to be leaving it. Maybe I’ll start at the end and work to the beginning.
... bunk bunks in a shared dormitory with showers and other facilities and costing between €8 and €15 for a bed for the night. Ear plugs are a vital requirement! The day is very overcast with a threat of heavy rain and so I repack my rucksack so that the waterproofs are easy to get to. The first three days of the Camino are probably the toughest of ...
... phone call to your room you are left behind, he's already done it once to one guy who wasn't ready for one of our excursions. Message to self, do not be late.
We made our lunch stop at Biarritz on the French South coast in the Bay of Biscay. Biarritz is your typical seaside town but so European with its cobblestoned streets, wide promenades and seaside cafés. It was also very hilly if I don't come back with toned ...
... ears, which almost put me off even saying hello to him, fortunately I resisted that temptation because he turned out to be a very gentle person. He stopped for a smoke and I continued on alone; I love the Camino for that! Before I knew it I caught up with the four guys I saw earlier as I was coming into Cizur Minor; they were climbing a haystack and posing as super heroes on the top. I waved as I walked past laughing. Just as the path commenced its steep ...
... it didn't smell like it when we tested the leaves.....anyway, it was delightful - and of course there were vineyards too, but we are not yet in Rioja, where there is even more serious wine. Our uphill section was to climb to a ridge where there were windmills all along. It was actually cold and windy up at the top, the first time we have even dreamt of feeling cold! But soon after descending, on a very constant downhill of loose ...