Sancho Ramírez Hotel
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... it up to double talk and data for an additional €20. We decided to text using the app Viber. We'll review how all these decisions worked out in a later blog. We used the next morning to check out the north end of the Rambla to give us some bearings when we return to Barcelona toward the end of our trip. We caught the afternoon train to Pamplona. This ...
... of them), one Brit, a Lebanese, an Iraqi, two Spaniards, a Peruvian, and the organizer who was from Hong Kong.
We had a mild night of drinking (many had a much wilder night than we) and around 2am as we headed back to the apartment the plazas and parks were full of partiers, bottles and empty plastic cups scattering the ground, drunk youngsters struggling to stay upright and drunk oldsters sleeping on benches. Many a person in Pamplona this weekend would be overnighting ...
... game, they have rubber stops capping their horns but nonetheless are the cause of 90 percent of the injuries, Michael even saw one guy get thrown and knocked unconscious when his head whiplashed onto the floor.
We have a nap to pass time until the bullfight, now I wasn't overly for the fight but figured that experience is what you travel for, so why not experience this and decide for yourself? In the end though it was more the Spanish people that ****** me ...
For the two days before Pamplona I decided to go to Madrid to relax and try to get over the cold I had caught earlier in Seville. I met a handful of people going to Pamplona, so my two nights in Madrid were spent excitingly talking about running of the bulls and trying to predict what the next few days would be like.
None of us could have actually predicted the madness that is the festival of San Fermin.
I took the earliest open train to ...
... so much what she created as what she noticed and copied. When we returned to the first floor we looked at some 3-D pictures on the way to the museum store. Derek got a magnet.
Once outside again we walked to the bridge to take pictures, then walked around the museum and took pictures. There were lots of neat angles. I especially liked the spider and the puppy sculpted out of shrubbery. Then we started our journey to San ...