Sercotel Hotel Oria
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... cream bars and them sat on a bench in the Plaza, eating dessert and watching the locals. We were especially entertained by a dad and 3 yr old boy kicking a soccer ball back and forth as mom and infant sister watched too. After finishing our ice cream, we retired to our room to prepare for tomorrow and get some rest. Hope you are getting our updates. From this end we are current thru Aug 26. Walked today: 5.9 mi. Walked 2014: 33.5 mi Walked total: 80.7 ...
... liter of sangria at the hotel. Each. When in Pamplona?
We made it to the city dressed up and ready to party in whatever way Pamplonians do. We shortly found out that this meant drink. A lot.
It started raining so we took cover under the tarp next to a bar, where Jack ordered us all drinks. Somehow we all ended up with a giant cup of sangria in one hand and vodka redbull in the other. I hate both redbull and vodka, but I was with a bunch of ...
... when I got here that I crashed for close for two hours. It has been thundering and had a beautiful rain as I lay in bed on the forth floor of the albergue Casa de la Albuela. It is a new albergue and it is super clean and fresh.. I wanted to double the pillow to lay down when I got there and they was a silverfish.. Not too pleasant. Ran into Leonardo from Italy on the path today. He reminds me so much of John Brown... I call him vecino peregrino. He has the warmth and kindness of ...
On the way from Estella to Opcion (the first town we encounter this morning) is indeed the fountain of wine which is at the rear of the Bodegas Irache (a winery). This fountain is very well known, or should I say these twin fountains, one tap produces water and the other tap produces (very good quality) red wine for the benefit of pilgrims. Shortly after that we come to the Benedictine Monasterio de Irache. This abandoned Benedictine Monastery ...
Despite some initial pain this morning my knee held out for a grueling 9 hours covering 25km today. We went from Zubiri, where we stayed last night, through Pamplona to Cizur Menor, a suburb outside of Pamplona. Both Tammy and I were experiencing severe foot fatigue for the last 3 hours of our walk. As those of you who are married know, physical pain can put a strain on any relationship. Needless to ...