Domaine de Fompeyre
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... the marina called to say he wouldn’t be there as his mother had died. Plan 2: well we could paint as much as we could above the water line and do the rest later in the year. No problem. And then we saw the weather forecast; 37 in the Pyrenees (although a friend in St-Marie did text me and tell me it was 44 on their terrace at one point!) and 41+ in the Lot and Garonne, far too hot to paint with two pack paint. So Plan 3: cross the Garonne while the water ...
... as the Aspe Pass or Canfranc Pass, is a mountain pass in the central Pyrenees on the border of France and Spain. Its name is derived from the Latin Summus portus. It was one of the most popular routes for soldiers, merchants, and pilgrims to the tomb of St. James following the route from Arles to cross the Pyrenees. ...
... up to us, and for the next four hours it really and truly poured. We stopped once along the way for tea, but the rain just got stronger. By the end of the walk, we were soaked through all of our rain gear. There wasn’t anything that wasn’t wet. My feet were also very sore today, but I ignored it and continued walking. By time we got to the refuge and I removed my shoes, I was unable to walk without limping.
... reached out destination in a tiny village of Pondaurat. The camping car pilgrim returned to his camper, while we continued on to a local farm house where we had booked rooms. After a few nights in a row at municipal refuges, it was very nice to get to have a private room again. The couple of the house were very welcoming and the farm was buzzing with activity. Upon arrival, we sat down at a table outside to drink some orange juice while ...
... to be shown these in such perfect circumstances, and though the historian knew nothing about their iconography, he did know a lot about the masonry marks that were scattered all over the building.
Though the weather was bad, I enjoyed both the walk and the destination today. I hope for better weather tomorrow, but it’s certainly not my hope that will sway it!
Total distance walked today: 28km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...