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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... followed by a short musical chant and then repeated for the duration of the procession. We left the procession near our bus stop as the processioners headed back into the church to conclude their Saturday morning mass. Our bus arrived on time and headed toward Leon. Arriving at the train station (estacion de tren) just before 9:00, we went into the cafeteria (cerveceria) to have our favorite breakfast, while waiting for the ...
This is just side notes for myself,
Learned their parking system:
White Line: For Free all the time
Orange Line: Cheapest parking
Blue Line: Standard parking
Red Line: Most expensive
You will only need to pay for parking during their working hours, 8 - 14 and 18 to 22. The hours also depends on the city.
You will not need to pay for parking after 14 on Saturday and its always free on Sunday.
... except for the fact that we needed to find Calle Campana 1, but the addresses definitely began at 2... With no internet or cell service it took some creative contacting, but after walking around the lively Pamplona streets wearing giant backpacks we finally managed to get ahold of the host and get into Calle Campana 2... 1st floor. The accommodations leave a little to be desired, but we get to take our backpacks off and head out to roam the streets and eat ...
... The arena is empty except for one man,
... sleep as we caught the 5 am bus for the 8am run. Once we were in Dean and I split, wishing him luck I headed to the arena while Dean headed to the streets. The arena atmosphere was fantastic, before the bull run there was a live band playing traditional Spanish music, the crowd sung along and many Mexican waves circled. I was so nervous for Dean, and was hoping that A. He didn't get kicked out by the police before the start because then he would miss ...