5/18/2013 — Pamplona’s famed fiesta, and the running of the bulls, is soon upon us for 2013. Ari and I will be in town from late on July 6th until the bitter, sad ending with pobre mi at midnight on July 14th. Moments afterward (literally), we will be on our way to Corsica to vacation from our vacation.
During the fiesta, I cannot implore you enough: find us in the streets of Pamplona. We have an entire Pamplona family, and we are excited to see almost all of them soon. Yet, the family can always increase! There’s room for everyone! Stop us and say hello. Not matter how much fun it looks like we are having, grab us by the shoulders, shake lightly, and introduce yourself.
And, if you need help, find us in the streets of Pamplona. We are available to talk to anyone about anything for 23 hours and 42 minutes a day through the entire festival. The only time we are not talking to complete strangers, old friends, new friends, or even the French is in the morning between 7:45 a.m. and 8:03 a.m.
Every morning, we will be out in front of the town hall, or ayuntamiento. If you can see the face of the clock, you should be able to find us.
We are staying the Hotel Maissonave on c/Nueva, but you probably will rarely find us there. After the morning encierro, we usually make our way to Café Iruña for breakfast. Join us anytime. Check the beach in San Sebastian, too.
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