Hotel Pamplona Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... until we hit the twin towns of Trinidad de Arre and Pamplona. Walking through the city outskirts into the citadel in Pamplona seems odd after the serenity of the outdoors trails. This is bullfighting and bull running country and Ernest Hemingway is still very much idolised here. Tonight I am staying in the Hemingway Hostel and tomorrow I'll take a look around the ...
... it the tourist icon it is today. We never appreciated how massive the Festival was or that it went for 10 days- that is 10 morning runs, 10 evening bull fights and a whole heap of festivities and people dressed in white and red drinking sangria in between. We were lucky to catch the final moments of it along with a bed. The local passion for the event is huge. Shops are closed, everyone goes on holidays and families attend parades and fireworks spending time together enjoying ...
... main church area and even though i didn't stay here tonight the lady offered a stamp for my pilgrim passport as the place had a special significance for me. While she was stamping my pilgrim passport i mentioned that my birthday was also the 25th of July and at that point she gave me a cuddle. The second great choice was to stop when my legs told me it was time. We came across this place called the Trinadad de Arre on the river Agra. It is next to the ...
... hug the wall so if the pack comes up behind you don't get trampled, but everyone else has the same idea. Runners are five deep from wall on either side, all tripping over each other. Even though it felt totally vulnerable, it was safer to be on your feet running up the center as fast as you could rather than off to the side on your ass under peoples feet, or worse yet, hooves. From where we found the safety of our doorway it was about another 400m to the arena, and at the speed I ...
... one a 5 star rating.
Went looking for an establishment that serve "Menu del Peregrino" for dinner but could not find one, so I had to make the really, tongue in cheek, tough choice of Tapas. Three glasses of beer and 5 Tapas came to the ridiculous price of €13.50, about $20 Aus. A coffee con leche on the way home set me back the princely some of €0.80. This just clearly shows how we are being ripped off in, the supposedly mega affluent, Perth. ...