Auberge du Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Spain. It takes about 34 days of walking for 7-8 hours to complete. You are issued a 'passport' to get stamped at each stopping point and the last stop is at the statue of Saint Jean in the chapel in Santiago.
After taking two trains and a bus, we arrived in Saint Jean just as the sun was setting. Matt had organized a hotel that was a short distance from the bus depot. We dropped off our backpacks ...
... with 1200 meters of elevation gain. This is just entirely too daunting to consider and in my mind could jeopardize the rest of the trip. Fortunately someone has developed an aubergue (hostel), in recent years, at kilometre 8 after 600 meters of elevation gain. When we discovered this, we booked into this place; which went a long way to making us feel much more comfortable about undertaking the start of our journey.
While we had been training ...
... much else in my backpack, they still insisted on searching it. I accompanied Hannah for some last minute duty free shopping and then we played games on our phone until I had to board. Although meeting up with her seemed normal, like no time had passed, saying goodbye seemed a bit more permanent (even though it's only a bit over a month until I leave to visit her in Lyon). The flight to Paris passed by without note, although towards the end I ended ...
... and a house version of patyourarm for dessert..plus tea or coffee. Off to sleep now to dream of all those mountain tomorrow... The Pyrenees are magnificent so every second the scenery is spectacular...this is what makes the whole walk worthwhile... Wish us luck for tomorrow and will keep you posted about tomorrow. Dinner, bed and breakfast in a twin room with bathroom but no sheets ( had to get out the orange slug) for 43 Eros per person...not bad don't you ...
at the farm for the Easter break, and boy did it feel good to come
back. A really warm welcome from Gwen and Claire and a surprise of
baby Rabbits and a near complete terrace. It's massive and like a
whole extra house outside! Lot's more flowers and leaves on trees, and
cuddles with the kids and Eloise the Lamb. We started up with curing
(well, starting the process) some pork belly and eventually once the
kids were down had ...