We made it to Pamplona but the trip was a bust. Pamplona is where the running of the bulls happens each year in July. While I knew there wasn’t even a bull ring to tour, Lonely Planet talked about a new museum with a 3D interactive exhibit that made you feel like you were running with the bulls.
It may have been there but we never found it. And no one we spoke to that worked at another museum nearby knew where it was either.
In fact, the entire out-of-the-way road we traveled to get to Pamplona consisted of nothing much. The plan had been to make a stop in Pamplona on our way home from San Sebastian over Spring break.
We managed to snap a few pictures of the street where the bull run occurs.
And we managed to add 2, maybe 3 hours onto our trip home from the Spanish/France border. I”m really not sure, I do know that it seemed the trip home lasted forever and we drove on isolated roads through the countryside.