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Parque de La Media Luna

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  • Day5

    Pamplona

    September 12, 2019 in Spain ⋅ ☀️ 25 °C

    One step closer to our Camino. Checked into our private room and recharging the batteries and relaxing before we go out and explore this evening.

    Un paso más cerca de nuestro Camino. Nos registramos en nuestra habitación privada y recargamos las baterías y nos relajamos antes de salir a explorar esta noche.Read more

  • Day5

    Day Three. PAMPLONA

    September 7, 2018 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    Well that was by far the hardest day yet! The blister are present and making themselves known. The pilgrims hostel we stayed in last night, people don't know that Windows open and doors have to be shut!! Horribly humid and smelly (and not dirty clothes either) work up sick as anything, not a good start. After a rocky downhill trek, I decided that my Camino ment the bus to Pamplona where I could see the sights at my own pace, enjoy it and rest my feet. So far I'm glad I did, just a beautiful place 🇪🇸🐃🐂🐃🇪🇸Read more

    Sandie Allsopp

    Watch out for run away bulls xxx

    9/7/18Reply

    Smart decision lisa. Hope your felling better, another day of aches and pains then yu should be track fit and out running those bulls.

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  • Day72

    Day 3: Pamplona

    June 18, 2015 in Spain ⋅ ⛅ 15 °C

    When walking through the narrow streets of Pamplona, it is easy to see why Hemingway fell in love with this charming town. We arrived last night, very tired from two days of travel. All I can say about travel is that I am very glad Profe spend many class periods patiently attempting to get us to pronounce "autobus" correctly! Our hostel is small and comfortable and only three blocks from the old town. We started our day by mailing a package (in Spanish! A challenge we accomplished!) then walked around the city. In the middle of Pamplona is a beautiful green park area with and old moat and cool sculptures. Next we walked through the old town where the running of the bulls takes place. In Spain the main meal is called "comida" and is eaten around 2. We ate "The menu of the day" which is two courses, bread, wine, and coffee all for about 10 euros. It was very good! We were very lucky to be here on a Thursday. Today was pinchos day! One street of the old town had many bars (not like American bars) with rows of pinchos (think a small and delicious bite to eat) with a special of 2 euros for a small drink and a pincho. My favorite was a slice of baguette with a very thin slice of meat and a slice of Brie cheese. The street was very narrow, only about 12 feet, and entirely packed with people, it was almost hard to walk! Tomorrow we begin our Camino. Send us luck!Read more

    Andrea Belcastro

    have a good luck!

    6/19/15Reply
    Alberto Clemente

    Enjoy your Camino!

    6/19/15Reply
    Rokko Lamonaco

    goooood luck :D

    6/19/15Reply
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