Le Chateau du Clair de Lune
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... more than 2 hours with him, but I believe that you can learn something from each and every person you come in contact with. The easiest thing to do would of been to keep to myself on the bus, however I have learned that each person comes with a unique lesson and if you open yourself to new and different kinds of people, you can be blessed tremendously. I left feeling encouraged, connected and inspired. I will be keeping in touch with him via email.
800 m up and 200 down, gale force icy winds in the last hour or so. That would all be okay but the first half of the morning spent walking on bitumen - yes, shared with cars - I think they call it 'perigrino purgatory'. However only small roads and on a sunday so no great traffic and most drivers noting the walkers with a 'Hola perigrino'. Tonight in the monastery alberge - there is no other accommodation in Roncesvalles over the winter ...
Just 15 km walk and 600 meters or so climb - we decided enough for day one ;) So stopping the night at the Valcarlos 'auberge' - Spanish for pilgrim's hostel - only hotel in this town not open till mid-March. Spending the afternoon reading in the little local cafe - ...
... once again over happy, satisfied, and stuffed beyond words, after splitting the Baked Alaska, Biarritz style, 3 ways -- Jacques, of course, finishing the small bites that Marina and I could not finish. Adjourning to Frank's room, we said Bon Nuit, and adjourned to our separate rooms for a night of movie watching: Marina saw "The Great Gatsby" and I "The Bridesmaids". So soothing to lay in bed, watching an English speaking movie, and hear the pounding of the surf outside. Bon ...
... journey north, we came across the beach that made Biarritz famous -- the Grande Plage. There must have been 20,000 people packed on that patch of sand! There is a picture below that we took later in the day and bit was still packed! We made it to the lighthouse at the northern tip of Biarritz where we enjoyed the incredible view of the coast while we munched on a little sandwich. We went in search of the Clos Basques, where we really wanted to have dinner and had not ...
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- Swimming pool