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... few big hills to climb up and of course gingerly come down...have to say not the best day of walking I've ever experienced.. Feet started burning, back pack felt like it had a brick in it and every joint in my body was aching.... Finally grimaced into Navarrenx to our accommodation which is a private Gite...all good... Nice shower and comfy bed. Dinner in a local restaurant...in Basque Country now.... Names are changing along with the food.... Three more days of ...
... inspiration ... Of course. Quite high stretches today but eventually at the end of the day it plateaued. We are staying at the communal Gite..as there was no other accommodation at a suitable distance for us.. So the Gite it had to be... Well we arrived in good time 2:30 pm after quite a long walk..French kilometres again... The Gite is not the best..actually a hut at the back of the local sports centre.with two women running the show.. We did ...
... out to dinner for as long as humanly possible and were able to dine at an authentic Basque restaurant. It was 8 o'clock, yet we got one of the first tables at Txotx, a traditional Basque cafe, recommended by our guide. By the time we left - closer to 10, the place was filling with locals. A delicious dinner! Becca's corner: Axoa of course! A Basque veal stew for dinner. And piperade, a sauce made of local peppers tomatoes, onions, ham and ...
... we had lunch. Crossed into France again. We had been paying motorway tolls all day in Spain, and now had to pay our share to France! Very trying and expensive at times. Noted the road signs are still in two languages- now French and Basque. Arrived at our camp for the night in the small town of Orhez. Needed to try our poor French again but we managed. Soft rain as we finished dinner. Hope for a quiet night. Tomorrow I ...
... from very young to quite old, they just ooze the culture of Paris.
The side walk cafés, where friends and family come together to drink and eat.
The parks and gardens, with green grass, park benches and stone fountains, full of young families and lovers, and all the apartment dwelling Parisiens out getting their fresh air for the day.
It's certainly an amazing city, and we only had a couple of small dislikes. Craig thought the food ...