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... is something about fireworks that turns me into a kid again, so by the end of the show I realized that my cheeks were hurting from the gigantic smile I had on the whole time.
When in Madrid, I had a conversation with Scotty about how wonderful travel is. He said something that I loved about the people you meet and the things you do.
"The greatest thing about travel is that you can fall in love, even if it's just for one night."
... My spirits were then lifted even further as two black bulls came running in 20 seconds later. Even though I had no clue they were behind me, it still made me feel better about my run. I found all the boys as we gathered for a photo and then I climbed the fence to watch thousands of people dodge 6 young steers with taped up horns that are released to provide the conclusion to the craziness. It was just incredible and a smile stayed on my face for at least a few hours ...
... the bar with a guy filming them...we discovered they were filming a promo campaign. It was hilarious because they kept trying to drag us up to join in...no way! Whilst not much in the way of vegetarian options for moi I managed to survive on cheese, bread and prawns...oh and vino tinto...and maybe some water some where along the line. After dinner we all went to the bar near the hotel Cheryl and I were staying at for another drink. I soon discovered the Spanish don't ...
... had a towel covering the front half so her wrinkly butt was all we had to endure, LOL. I forgot to talk about yesterday, our day of rest in Pamplona for the fiesta. I'm laughing as I say day of rest, because we've only walked 2 days. At this pace, I'll be needing to request a few more days off to get this Camino completed. We were able to get some tickets from a scalper for the bull fights. We probably paid too much but ...
... I was convinced. Our walk brought us out of Pamplona and up through a windmill farm at the top of a ridge, which naturally is a perfect placement for the wind-generated energy production. At the top peak of our climb and nestled between the wind turbines was a memorial dedicated to the pilgrims on the Camino, which was amazing to think how many pilgrims have journeyed in this way before us. Also, the view from the peak was just fantastic! Looking ...
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good value for money. The in room washing machine is a great bonus.
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