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(Chapter "We got into Pamplona late in the afternoon" We ended up staying the night at a nice hotel called Hotel Montoya. I am afraid that Brett isn't ready to see these bull fights but we'll see what happens.

Pamplona, Spain - Travel Tips for a Day in Pamplona, Spain

Travel Tips for a Day in Pamplona, Spain

Chapter 16: Mike showed me to a bar.  "It was the Bar Milano, a small, tough bar where you could get food and where they danced in the back room" (184).  While the bar was nice, everyone was pretty drunk, and Brett asked me if i still loved her.  When I said I did she told me how lovely she thought Romeo was.

Chapter 16: Mike showed me to a bar. "It was the Bar Milano, a small, tough bar where you could get food and where they danced in the back room" (184). While the bar was nice, everyone was pretty drunk, and Brett asked me if i still loved her. When I said I did she told me how lovely she thought Romeo was.

Chapter 10: When I first saw the cathedral in Pamplona, “I thought the facade was ugly but I liked it now” (102). It smelled like incense. I prayed for a lot of people, including myself, twice, and then I prayed for money. I got mad at myself for not being religious enough. Oh well.

Chapter 10: When I first saw the cathedral in Pamplona, “I thought the facade was ugly but I liked it now” (102). It smelled like incense. I prayed for a lot of people, including myself, twice, and then I prayed for money. I got mad at myself for not being religious enough. Oh well.

Chapter 16: Montoya came up and told me that the American ambassador had invited Romero and Marcial Lalanda to come over for coffee after dinner. "Montoya stood embarrassed. He wanted me to say something." I told him not to give Romero the message. Montoya agreed, "he shouldn't mix in that stuff" (176). This is an older sketch of the hotel, and it very nice. But, the foreigners who hang out there would not be so nice of an influence on Romero. Talent like that should not be wasted.

Chapter 16: Montoya came up and told me that the American ambassador had invited Romero and Marcial Lalanda to come over for coffee after dinner. "Montoya stood embarrassed. He wanted me to say something." I told him not to give Romero the message. Montoya agreed, "he shouldn't mix in that stuff" (176). This is an older sketch of the hotel, and it very nice. But, the foreigners who hang out there would not be so nice of an influence on Romero. Talent like that should not be wasted.

Chapter 4: Here is a picture of the Padiglione Zonda. This is where "the liaison colonel came to visit me. That was funny. That was about the first funny thing." Then he gave me this speech about how "'You, a foreigner, an Englishman, have given more than your life!' What a speech!" (39). He was serious when he gave it, but my injury isn't a big deal. I actually never really think about it.

Chapter 4: Here is a picture of the Padiglione Zonda. This is where "the liaison colonel came to visit me. That was funny. That was about the first funny thing." Then he gave me this speech about how "'You, a foreigner, an Englishman, have given more than your life!' What a speech!" (39). He was serious when he gave it, but my injury isn't a big deal. I actually never really think about it.

Chapter 9: “Bill and I took the morning train from the Gare d'Orsay” to get to Bayonne (90). Our journey to Pamplona had begun. Ahead was fishing and celebrating. It was a lovely day to start off a vacation.

Chapter 9: “Bill and I took the morning train from the Gare d'Orsay” to get to Bayonne (90). Our journey to Pamplona had begun. Ahead was fishing and celebrating. It was a lovely day to start off a vacation.

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