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Try the following: Albergue Jesús y Maria (€7), Albergue Casa Paderborn (€6), Albergue Ibarrola (€15), Albergue Iruñako Aterpeay (€14) ..I normally go through Pamplona to Cizur Menor to Albergue Roncal (€10).
As you know this is the Easter Weekend. You might try Booking.com to see what is available. I always stay at the Hotel Eslava. It is on the Camino, and it a nice quiet location. Perhaps others on the Forum can recommend an Albergue or two. Good luck and Buen Camino.
We stayed there in 2009. (Mirabel)Don't know, but if you go as far as the Uni you might as well book somewhere in Cizur Menor. Which is probably best bet. I wonder how Noa is getting on! Hope they are ok
Hi Chinacat! I stay in Cizur Menor often when walking but always go to albergue Sanjaunista (the one with the big tower and Maltese flag), but not sleep inside the albergue but outside under the tower! I love it there, and the views back over Pamplona are great. So never stayed at Mirabels, though I have heard nothing but compliments from pilgrims staying there. Maybe one day, but I really like sleeping under the tower! And if you ask it is free!We stayed there in 2009. (Mirabel)
I remember that there was a new ‘wing’ being built, almost at right-angles to the main one. It was 3 storeys high, I think.
Was it ever finished?
If so, there must be lots of beds there now.
We stayed in the Uni dorms one night, on the way back (by train). The room had been booked the previous day, in SdC. It was a festival weekend and there were no other beds anywhere in Pamplona. There was a really helpful guy ... might have been a student ... who found us a single mattress for my daughter. She slept on the floor ... I had the bed. Like Uni halls-of-residence everywhere, the room wasn’t much more than 6 foot wide ...
But, unlike my old uni room, it had an en-suite!! And a simple kitchen space .... luxury
Yes ... I do hope they found somewhere to lay their heads last night ...
If you are walking on the Frances from St Jean how would you connect to the Aragones?If you are arriving in Pamplona by plane you might avoid the city totally by walking southeast from the airport to Tiebas to join the Camino Aragones. Tiebas has two albergues. See them on this Eroski site >> http://caminodesantiago.consumer.es./et ... e-la-reina. After Tiebas walk west on the CA paralleling route NA-601 to the splendid circular Romanesque church at Eunate where the albergue is now unfortunately closed and then 4k further to Puente la Reina/Gares to meet the Camino Frances.
Hi Davey!Hi Chinacat! I stay in Cizur Menor often when walking but always go to albergue Sanjaunista (the one with the big tower and Maltese flag), but not sleep inside the albergue but outside under the tower! I love it there, and the views back over Pamplona are great. So never stayed at Mirabels, though I have heard nothing but compliments from pilgrims staying there. Maybe one day, but I really like sleeping under the tower! And if you ask it is free!
Hi Chinacat. Oh I think that Noa has passed through Pamplona by now (He/She was arriving last Friday).Hi Davey!
A couple of people we were walking with stayed in the one with the Maltese flag. They loved it! There was something special about it ... the food, perhaps
It was late September, and although the day was sweltering, I have a feeling that the night was rather cool ...
Your Tower sounds wonderful!
And it sounds as if it would have been a good refuge for Noa and his (?) companion. Is it sheltered?
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