Hotel Pamplona Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... patron saint of Spain. Got to our hotel in Pamplona by 2 PM and had a fabulous lunch of tapas and vino around the corner from the hotel. We did it!! 75 kilometres over 4 days!! A few sore feet and legs but our elation and satisfaction overrides all aches and ...
... Bonaventure Dave from Calgary a spry 20 something wrong alone. Irish.. on her second half of the Camino. . Belfast who decided two weeks ago he would do this.. but had no idea what 30 degree whether felt like. I have been wearing a pedometer and with the count so far determined we will walk over one million steps. First day 16896.. day two = 38731 .. day three .. = 43465 and so far today 44441.. and the day ...
... your support. Forgive me for not replying to you personally, but I'm trying to cut down on my IPhone habit so am depending on the blog to keep you all updated.
And do you know what's the best thing of all? Anna has decided to join me later and do the last 100km from Sarria, a popular starting point. Thanks to Peter for encouraging her and of course for paying! It's on the blog now Anna so too late to change your mind....
... today and with tummy still rumbling I took the bus to Varia. Now in a nice clean hostel but,guess what?, I left my boots in Los Arcos. After much discussion in broken Spanish/English, a bilingual American translating, and various options explored, my boots will be sent by courier tomorrow to our next stop Navarette, and I'll walk there in Crocs and socks. ...
... out of our leather bladders and wandering the streets and taking in the excitement among thousands of people. The whole city was a sea of white with red scarves. It looked amazing. At noon, every single person from ages 3 to 90 held up their scarves and chanted "SAN FERMIN" and we finally tied them around our necks. At that point, the most epic sangria fight commenced. Every inch of white clothing soon turned purple. Everybody was best friends and smiling ...