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Technical backpack for day trips with backpack cover and internal compartment for the hydration bladder. Ideal daypack for excursions where we need a medium capacity backpack. The back with Air Flow System creates large air channels that will keep our back as cool as possible.

€83,-
Hostal in Pamplona

In 2003 myself and two others arrived very late at the albergue on Ansoleaga. It was full but the hospitalero made a call and got us rooms at a pension on Calle Mercaderes. I think the name was Pension Lambertini, 4th floor, run by an older lady. Good, clean very nice, 18 euros for a single room at that time. Don't know if it is still there or what the price might be now.

Leigh A.
 
Down bag (90/10 duvet) of 700 fills with 180 g (6.34 ounces) of filling. Mummy-shaped structure, ideal when you are looking for lightness with great heating performance.

€149,-
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Refuges in Pamplona

Hola Leigh,
There are 3 refuges in Pamplona and you would be welcomed at any one of them.

1) Albergue del Camino de Santiago de Pamplona - E4 C/Ansoleaga 2, Pamplona, 620 57 30 74

2) Albergue de Religiosas Adoratrices - E5 Dos de MaNo. 4, Pamplona,
3) Albergue Smaiur - E2 Fuente del Hierro
 
Hostal in Pamplona

Yes I know there are now a number of albergues, including Paderborn. I was remiss in not telling "beanpot" to try one of the albergues before looking for a hostal. However, he/she did ask about a hostal, and I therefore suggested the one on Mercaderes, to which a hospitalero was kind enough to direct me.

I saw the albergue on Dos de Mayo in 2005, and though I did not stay there (went on to Cizur) it looked very roomy and nice. :arrow:

Leigh A.
 

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