Maison de la fontaine
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... St- James and is seen as carved decoration on many of the houses.
The town today is the main market & commercial heart of the region - and we were lucky enough to cruise into town on a Monday - meant to be - Rod was beside himself A MARKET - FOOD!!! Basque cake samples everywhere so I had to see if Vincent and Melanie were not pulling the wool over our eyes by the Basque cake they had both so passionately ...
... just off the highway. Jacqui had a drive while I haa small nap before deciding to change again and go into Pau which is a nice city and quite large. Strolled around relaxing and taking photo's eating a Chocolat eclair and an expresso. Hit the road at 5.00pm amidst the end of the week rush hr traffic. Back on the highway and another hr saw us arrive in Bayonne. ...
... Pyrenees and this is the birthplace of Henry IV a land of history, gastronomy, wine, sports and culture.
Pascal was a little stir crazy from sitting in the car wanted photo shoots. The architecture here in the Pyrenees is really different to the south of France, it is close to ski slopes and really had the feeling of a ski town.
We arrived into Bayonne in the mighty Basque, we are about to find out just how passionate people here of their region. ...
On this section of The Way we finally made some contact with other pilgrims and a couple of local folk. Prior to this, we were disappointed that the track was so lonely …. and the stories were beginning to be repeated!
Huges from Paris walked about our pace and kept sending us kindly smiles. The weather became
dreadful and we ended up in the same shelter trying to ...
... He claimed this was the last chance to get a stamp before entering Spain. We bought a banana each, some boiled eggs and had our credentials stamped, then moved on. No point buying any tea since I still had over 70 Tetley tea bags from my mum.
Some time later we noticed a sign telling us we were entering the province of Navarre, and walked straight past it. I was still on the look out for the sign that told me I was leaving France and entering Spain. Only later did ...