Appart'hotel Victoria Garden Pau
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We left Navarrenx very leisurely as knew it would not be too long a walk today. It ended up being 19 kms - you never know, the Le Puy GR book said only 15 kms but it lied! We are just before the village of Aroue, in a Gite farm. A beautiful place, all newly fitted out, but this time we have communal showers, toilets - all very perfect, but ...
... sad to think it will all end in a few more days! We have just come back from another walk around this town. It is so beautiful - and I think another of les plus beaux villages de France. But it is not just a picture showpiece, it is a living place. We just had a walk round the ramparts - fabulous, but didn't have any camera with us, so will have to take a few extra shots as we leave in the morning. Off to dinner ...
... would take our things (on the quiet) and put them in with the hotel laundry they were about to do!!! How kind, as it is not a good drying day, and we had all the clothes from our big walk yesterday, plus a few more accumulated bits and pieces. And they wouldn't take any money for it. So here we are reading and playing. In between showers we had a wander around the village, which took about 10 minutes, and ...
Today started out really well. It was fine and sunny - which were the final predictions, the storm and tempest were not expected till the afternoon. So it was lovely, and we found ourselves with the wonderful postcard views everywhere, dairy farms on green grassy slopes, Pyrenees still looming, and every now and then a flat section with more of the eternal corn. (By the way my chatter about corn is just that - chatter....I ...
... so thankful for all of the nice gestures people had done for Hannah and me while in Norway, so I asked her how much she needed for her ticket. As it turns out, the big sum she was missing, and thereby greatly upsetting the driver was a whole 60 cents. I gave her the money and that was that. There were only 5 or 6 passengers on the bus to Pau, so I just sat up front and read my book, ready to get off as soon as we stopped. At one point, the woman ...