Hotel Ur Hegian
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Iruna, & took a short walk to the Romanesque Church of St Nicholas then headed back to the Camino via c. Chapitela into the Plaza Consistorial to view the Town Hall which dominates the Square.
After a very full day exploring the old city stayed overnight in the Jesus y Maria Albergue, a 17th century church adapted to provide 114 bed ...
... in everything it does, this being the apparent kingdom of excess - the road network we have seen across the countryside are amazing, the train services both within and between the major cities is world renowned and we passed numerous huge and active developments through the day. But conversely, we also passed sites where development has obviously ceased leaving half-finished industrial estates and hulking but empty factories and stagnant residential apartment blocks. ...
... are small, so swimming is easy, but the tide is fierce and often soaks unsuspecting sun bakers. We wandered the streets admiring the architecture of the tall, narrow buildings that have wrought iron balconies with lively, colourful flowers spilling over their edges. There are bike lanes all over the city that are better than any others I've seen before. They run alongside the road, next to the footpath. They're about a meter and a half wide, are painted on and have a lane ...
... of us. Watched the sunrise a little over the mountain before the mist covered it up.
Lots of walking through beautiful old villages. Still up and down in the Pyrennes but nowhere near as tough as it's been thank goodness. Walked again through endless birdsong as yesterday, the sound of cowbells attached to horses, the sun is shining and we can see the mountains today and the smell of a dairy farm complete with silage.
... but hope we'll be back before too long.
Our twelfth country brings us to our fifth and final continent. We decided to finish our world tour a little closer to home to give ourselves a bit of a soft landing back into life in the UK. After a very brief turnaround in Devon to collect Maisy, our campervan, and our road bikes we headed to France in pursuit of the 100th Tour de France. Throughout our sabbatical our aim was to do things that we ...