Hotel Restaurante El Peregrino
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Restaurante El Peregrino Puente la Reina
Ottimo menù del pellegrino
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Hola Amigos! We made it 25km today to Puenta La Reina! We left Pamplona at 6am because we heard it would be a 38c hot day.. The highlight of the day was getting to the top of the mountain with the giant wind turbines and the giant metal pilgrams! I have seen pictures of it many times but seeing it with my own eyes was truly special. Last night we made the decision to only ...
... claire" would she feel better with treatment.. a muffler resounding si' .. could be heard beneath my dusty socks! One hour later she is being pampered. Now let me tell you about sisters 7 blisters. . Each has a name. . The first two are affectionately known as c*$ k sucker. ..two more mother trucker... one toe is the ...
... if you are then walking on the flat. It s only an overnight rest that has them ready to go again.
You will see the photo of Galar and this is the exact spot where Charlemagne defeated the Muslim army of Aigolando (Moorish King) in the 8th century. He then moved his army on to Puente la Reina where he too rested. I just stood still for 5 minutes and tried to imagine it happening.
Then up to the Pilgrim's memorial at 790 metres. This is the Hill of forgiveness ...
... were singing drinking songs. So... I drank. They drank. We all drank.
We hopped around from bar to bar, making friends with all the other random drunk people and dancing in the streets. I knew that there were fireworks going on at 11 PM, so at 10:50 we went to the main square and waited. When 11 hit, we heard them go off, but saw the flashes behind buildings. ****, we were in the wrong spot.
At first we stood around disappointed saying "Oh ...
... thought this was an example of the Spanish being loco and even asked a rider who went past us if this was the way to Pamplona and he said si so we kept going. Then we found a map and although this was the way to Pamplona it was not the family way, more for serious mountain bikers and the main bike path was on the other side of the river. So back through the nettles and brambles we went to rejoin the correct path. After a while we came to ...