Parador de Sos del Rey Catolico
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParador de Sos del Rey Catolico Sos del Rey Catolica
Like all Paradors this one has great service, beautiful facilities, great views, and a lot of history. King ferdinand of Aragon was born here. It is said that the queen his mather was in Sangüesa , Navarra, when she went into labor and hurried back to Aragon so the prince would be born in Aragon, she almost didn´t make as Sos is just over the border.
This is a place to enjoy life,and relax.
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Travel Blogs from Sos del Rey Catolica
... were sheltered from the rain, and they had a vibe going like you had just dropped in for a party. I stopped for an espresso and a rest, then wandered back to the trail after being bid a loud "Buen Camino" from them in unison. It would have been a good spot to stay longer. I then made a decision that my knee was very unhappy about. I could have continued to snake along the path at river level, which would have been delightful, for a good length. But I decided to climb a very steep ...
... away quickly when we said we were Christians.
The interactions with these and others enrich our lives and reinforce the understanding that ordinary people from all backgrounds and cultures get along fine. It is the few people in positions of power that so often teach hatred of others for there own gain that causes disharmony and war.
It just reinforces to me that it is people that matter.
... t up to it and the risk of injury was too high, think Jac was pretty relieved! To be honest, the run really is crazy but watching the locals who's father, grandfather and previous generations also ran is pretty cool. They run every day of the event every year and meet afterwards over an espresso to discuss how it all unfolded and the form of the bulls. The traditional runners say a benediction to a statue of San Fermin before each run just before sky rockets set the bulls off at ...
... his friends and we went out to dinner after walking around the old city for a bit. Mike is probably the only American guy I had made friends with the entire trip, mostly because there weren't many Americans around. All of his friends were Aussie (of course), all nice.
We went to the beach and saw a giant crowd gathering around a stage. Huh, unexpected. I figured I wasn't going to find the Aussies from Pamplona, but I was okay with that. Mike's ...
... Navarro used to live. Navarro is the region we are currently in. I spoiled myself and had my hair washed by a hairdresser- having no hair straightener is one thing, but no hair dryer?! Argh. I was feeling a little down so that instantly made me feel better. As you walk out of the city there is this water fountain for the pilgrims to fill up their water bottles, which is pretty standard for most towns, however the closer you get to this one you see there is one tap for water ...