Sancho Ramírez Hotel
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It's Sunday and we're off to Pamplona - the bulls run during the festival of St. Fermin (July). Today we finally saw/met many Perrigrinos (Pilgrims); on previous days we saw but 10 or 12, today it was 100s. We made Pamplona in 5.5 hours and enjoyed several hours strolling around eating pintxos (tapas in Euskara (Basque)) and drinking cerveza. Tomorrow is a driving day with several stops for sight ...
... Lovely Australian Heidi, always in a straw hat. She has the most beautiful modern diamond wedding ring which she touchingly couldn't bear to leave at home. And there was Lucy and Victoria (Tot) from the airport and the first day. It was so good to see them and we spent the rest of the day together. Lucy had an extraordinary tale to tell: she brought a much loved pair of walking boots with her which started to fall apart as we came ...
We arrived in Barcelona on schedule and with all our luggage intact. Our first order of business was to get SIM cards for our cell phones. We had decided to go with Vodafone because of overall good reviews and found a local outlet right at the Barcelona airport. We went with their tourist plan, 60 min talk time local and international and 900 mb of data for €20 ...
... him out of it, preferring not to contribute to a long term injury on a family trip.
As it turns out, if you enter the main street where the run occurs (Entafada) in the right area, and allow the bulls to pass you by standing to the side before they get right on top of you, you can run with the bulls with relatively little risk. The risk comes in however, in that the majority of the people doing the running are completely inebriated, and frequently push, ...
... rubbing up against their back, quickly turning and on edge already people jump out of their skin as it slowly walks past them with the pastores guiding it. I can definitely say that watching it in the stands was enough for me, and if you can see past the cruelty factor it really was an incredible 2 day experience to be apart of for both of us. There was and still is no way I would do it, I take my hat off to Dean and other crazy people who have the guts to give it a ...