Hemingway's Pamplona, Seen Through Tourists' Eyes

07/11/2011 09:35 am ET | Updated Sep 10, 2011

PAMPLONA, Spain -- Room 217 in the Gran Hotel La Perla, swankiest hotel in northern Spain's bull-running city Pamplona, has barely changed since Ernest Hemingway last slept here.

There are a few alterations the American writer might have abhorred -- a plasma television, air conditioning, and a price of up to 1,800 euros ($2,500) a night during the San Fermin festival, which runs to July 14.

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