My favorite Spanish breakfast
Tortilla Espagnole is eggs and potatoes and this one they layered with ham and cheese. They serve it room temperature and I still love it.
Hemingway spent quite a bit of time in Pamplona over the years and we ate breakfast at Cafe Iruna, his hang out place to write and drink. They’ve put a statue of him at his favorite spot at the bar.
We spent most of the day wandering around Pamplona. They have the oldest and most intact citadel in Europe, originally built in 48AD, which they turned into a modern art museum.
This is the famous street curve in the Running of the Bulls route:
I think the bulls rarely have trouble getting around the bend but the humans have a hard time getting out of their way…
Fancy Town Hall, all dressed up
And we hit the road. Tonight, Zaragoza.
Corey and Kaitlyn, out.
Ah… so nice. Makes me hunger to be in a city where buildings are 10x my age.
It’s one of the great things about Spain. The driving around cities 10x my age? Perhaps not my favorite thing. US streets are going to look gigantic when I get back!
Always wanted to run with the bulls. Probably a good thing I never had the chance.
Oh come on. Apparently only 15 people have died doing it in the past 100 years. And you’d look so cute in your white slacks and shirt and your little red sash!
Who are we kidding, I’d totally try it if I were here at the right time of year. I do look good in white… and blood is red so I’d be all set!
never too late…