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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The Pilgrim's office found us a hostal booking at one of the local restaurant / hostal in a dorm environment without bunk beds. But because they had to prepare for breakfast fairly early we were given the boot at 7:00 AM. Rather than stumbling around in the dark and knowing there was going to be an open air market today, we lingered in St Jean Pied du Port. We got our picture at the ancient Roman gate to the community then headed toward ...
... urinals, while she was in the shower. Needless to say she then emerged to find me sheltering under it.
Umbrellas were certainly the order of the day. Not long after we had set up camp the heavens opened, and it rained more or less non stop through the night. We woke to a dry spell, clear long enough to see that the rain had fallen as snow on the hills, but any plans to go down to walk along the wonderful ...
... with us.
We passed through a spectacular storm as we made our way away from Bilbao with occasional lightening and hail that splattered into the car with the sound of a frozen grape. It was shame we couldn't take more time to gaze and wander coz the road was quite spectacular and we passed through numerous man-made tunnels passing through the rugged and beautiful terrain.
We made our way into San SebastiŠn and after some more navigation and access issues, ...
... some distance away, it looked to be the size of a large cow; no surprise with a wing span of 2.5m. I stood watching it until it flew off over my head on the lookout for food. Awesome! I drank from the fountain of Roland and continued up another steep hill, bad cop at it again, until I reached the high point for the day of 1500m! Now it was all down hill into Ronscevslles...yay good cop! Boy was I mistaken...it was bad cop again with such a steep descent it took over an ...
After 30 hours getting to Irun, I fell into a bottom bunk at 8:00, in a hostel with about 40 people,only to wake up at 3:00 in the morning and unable to sleep any more. I met a man from Vernon in the morning and he was the only one who speaks English that I met so he and I started out at dawn,along with many others. I knew we were in for a climb but I had no idea it was going to be as tough as it was. 2500 feet ascent and was a ...