Le Vieux Logis
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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So since the last post we made the drive from Ile de Re to Biscarosse. Nothing much to report on the drive just that due to the French heading south as well the roads were quite busy in places. We arrived at one campsite and Jim went off in a golf buggy to check out the available pitches, they were a no go so we went to the next campsite down the road. They gave us a map and we found a pitch we liked the look of so decided to stay there for 5 nights. One thing we didn't ...
Awoke to the sun streaming through the van roof, Opps forgot to close the roof blind last night, still it was 10am n Andy had the kettle on. Eventually surfaced and sat chilling in the garden with the Bruton family and a pyramid of empty beer and wine bottles, must have been over 200!!! Spent ...
Wanted to be up and off the site by 9am so I dutifully set my alarm for 7.15am, whoops my iPad hadn't remembered we were in France (no internet!) so when we eventually got up at 7.30 it was actually 8.30, oh well a cuppa t n a shower and we were on the road by 9.30. First stop was for fuel as the funbus was drinking it faster than we drink wine! Eventually found the A10 motorway after Mr ...
... 14th c. wooden altar piece. Not long from our destination, we took a break in Horsarrieu at a café where we drank cool lemonade. There, we ran into three other pilgrims who sat with us. They walked just behind us on the way to Hagetmau where we ran into them again and found that we'd be sharing the refuge.
By time we got to Hagetmau, I was glad to be done walking. The pain was creeping back, and I was thankful it was such a short walk. We ...
... I was hitting my limit. The pain in my foot was growing again and the walk was becoming more difficult with each step. Of course, the entry to the town was a very steep and muddy hill, but when we finished, we emerged into the center of the town. There, the other pilgrims from the night before were already at a local café, so we decided to stop there too. I was in luck because the café had wifi, and it had been days since I had been able to update my blog. ...