Urdax

Address: Plaza Rafael Alberti, 5, Pamplona, Navarra, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Plaza Rafael Alberti, 5, Pamplona, is near Pamplona Catedral.
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Travel Blogs from Pamplona

Fourth Day: from Zubiri to Pamplona

A travel blog entry by kcambio on May 26, 2015

13 photos

... because the fleece gets soaked and the wool wicks the water better. I kept the rain cover on my pack, adding my raincoat when needed. It was going to be our longest hike, about 15 miles. There were lots of windflowers to see as we hiked. In the next village, we had more coffee at a mercado, and picked up picnic supplies, cheese and fruit. There was one big hill, Eros, all the rest was simple up and down. ...

Back to Pamplona

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Sep 20, 2014

15 photos

... of a pole. Several rows back in the middle of the procession of 100-150 people was a small statue of Saint Mary mounted on a platform, being carried by 6 people in a fashion similar to pall bearers. With time to spare, we joined the procession (wearing our backpacks) and proceeded to circle a two block area in the village, ultimately returning to the church. As we walked a leader spoke something and then the followers responded ...

Cotidiana Loco Loco!

A travel blog entry by elisha.calle85 on Jul 07, 2014

7 photos

... fun the next coming days.

The next few days we were all up at 5am as the bull run commenced at 8am. Paty and I tried to get close to the action but it was simply impossible. I also got to experience my very first bull fight. I sat next to a local and he offered me some Spanish food i couldn't say no. We all watched on it was quite horrifying the injuries the bulls sustain. It was nice to experience this event once in my lifetime. ...

Mud, sangria, and bulls

A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Jul 05, 2014

1 comment, 34 photos

... felt. The first bull was released, and the fight began. There was an elegance and romance to the whole process, but was still ultimately pretty brutal and sad. Lots of bloodshed and distress on the bull's part. They didn't get the luxury of dying fast as they were supposed to. The spectators around us began to get out of control when they were dumping sangria and beer and water over the crowd, and even throwing spaghetti and tomatoes. We were soon sick of ...

To run, or not to run?

A travel blog entry by amandane on Jul 04, 2014

20 photos

... and then all of a sudden they would **** themselves when the big guy was gently pushing them to one side. While waiting for the next steer to be released, we watched the locals crouch down infront of the gate. Guys where huddled up five deep and we were thinking, "Whats going on here?". Next minute, the gate swings open and the steer jumps over the lot of them. These guys were truly crazy! This time the steer turned to the right, taking a few guys with him. Then jumped at the red ...