Domaine A Marmande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
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... the pontoon on Friday night, lock her up and leave her there for 4 weeks until we come back to hopefully begin our trip to Bordeaux. In the meantime, we will find someone to paint her in Autumn and will hopefully be able to take her back across the Garonne then to the Lot for winter. We bribed the lock keeper with a beer, gave him our card and asked him to call us if there was a problem with the boat. In turn, he said he would keep an eye on her. So it’s a trip ...
... as the Aspe Pass or Canfranc Pass, is a mountain pass in the central Pyrenees on the border of France and Spain. Its name is derived from the Latin Summus portus. It was one of the most popular routes for soldiers, merchants, and pilgrims to the tomb of St. James following the route from Arles to cross the Pyrenees. ...
... reject her offer, and that if I wanted any chance of reaching my goal, that I should take tomorrow to rest. I agreed. So, tomorrow, I will travel the 27km by camper, and take the day to rest in the refuge. For now, I am icing my foot, keeping it elevated, and I have been giving both a topical cream and some sort of oral painkiller that she recommended. After this, I will continue with walking, but at a reduced speed. She told me that the problem ...
... this, but we could tell that it was going to be impossible to get any better service than that. It was also 20 euros a person for this terrible food.
The town of Bazas was pretty interesting and still had some old fortifications and a castle in the center of town. There was also a cathedral, but as the weather began to turn very foul, we decided not to linger long. Grey clouds that had been chasing us all day ...
Day 39 –
We left today as a group of three, my two companions and myself, with the group of four not far behind us. In fact, when we stopped at a local church about 8km down the road, the group of four caught up with us. It's here that we also met again with the camping-car pilgrim, who asked if he could walk with us again. We then walked as a group of four until the next small town where we stopped to eat. At this point, ...