Posada Mayor de Migueloa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to the pintxos restaurants, San Sebastian is also home to three of the six Michelin 3 star restaurants in all of Spain, and Scot and Keely will definitely sample at least one of these wonderful places.
After a really fun lunch, Scot, Ross and Kaitlyn braved the rain to go out to find a store that is open (nearly everything is closed here on Sundays). With their limited Spanish they got directions to one of the few open stores in the town, only a half mile away, ...
... just kidding! There was lady from the public (part of the blue peņa) who went in there and clearly had experience in the bull ring. Afterwards we got to see a mini-"running of the bulls" throughout the streets of the pueblo. It was not nearly as large as Pamplona, but it was safer for sure!! The bulls in Pamplona at the Festival of San Fermin are double the size and with their sharp, large horns, these toros can actually kill people who are running. No one at the event we ...
... us, the greener pastures are whatever we take from this Camino experience and embrace in our lives on our return home. We arrive in Belorado to discover there is some kind of celebration going on. Apparently there was a band marching and playing from one church at the end of town, to the second church, more central. Although we were too late to witness that, there will apparently be a celebration tonight and dancing ...
... ice cream dessert. Ordinary food and poor service which was a bit of a shame as we were saying goodbye to Roland and Ute who where only going halfway today as Ute has bad feet.
We were awakened not by the night shufflers this morning but by the party goers heading home around 5.30am. We got away around 7.30. Warren headed off earlier. A very long day of almost 30 kms, into a strong wind in our face. We finally made it to Najare after ...
Everyday keeps bringing new and exciting paths. The entire day we were walking through vineyards. We tasted a Tempranillo grape, it was a little sour, but very juicy. The path was mostly flat today, we started the morning off with quite a bit of pace. The first town we stopped in, Navarette, was 12.5km in. We had coffee and tomato on toast in an alternative, rockin little cafe that had guitars all over the walls, at the front of the bar and underneath the floor with ...