Herve Garrapit

Address: Place De La Boiterie, Mont-de-Marsan, Aquitaine, 40190, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Place De La Boiterie, Mont-de-Marsan.
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    Travel Blogs from Mont-de-Marsan

    Boredom and Annoyances

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... to kill. I read a bit and wrote a bit and took a nap. So, there isn’t much to talk about today because we didn’t do much! In the evening, we made our gourmet dinner of instant rice and canned vegetables. Sometimes, you just have to work with what you’ve got, and sometimes, that isn’t a lot. When we were just starting to get ready for bed around 8:30, a family of five "pilgrims" showed up at the refuge: the mother, the father, ...

    Magnolias and Palm Trees

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... 14th c. wooden altar piece. Not long from our destination, we took a break in Horsarrieu at a café where we drank cool lemonade. There, we ran into three other pilgrims who sat with us. They walked just behind us on the way to Hagetmau where we ran into them again and found that we'd be sharing the refuge.

    By time we got to Hagetmau, I was glad to be done walking. The pain was creeping back, and I was thankful it was such a short walk. We ...

    The Route 66 and Orangina

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... I was hitting my limit. The pain in my foot was growing again and the walk was becoming more difficult with each step. Of course, the entry to the town was a very steep and muddy hill, but when we finished, we emerged into the center of the town. There, the other pilgrims from the night before were already at a local café, so we decided to stop there too. I was in luck because the café had wifi, and it had been days since I had been able to update my blog. ...

    Mr. Frodo and Vikings

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 18, 2015

    ... we reach St-Jean together and that he didn’t care how long it took. If I must walk slower, they will walk slower too. I was both relieved and touched by this sentiment, and I am happy that I will not have to continue alone.

    They then went to a local sports store to buy some gear, and I stayed in bed at the refuge. I was having my own private pity party which included me staring at the cracks in the wall and thinking about how slow ...

    Soup and Storms

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... everything on my plate had come straight from a can. We explained to the waitress very carefully that we wanted the salads without meat. Mine arrived without meat, but the architect's still had the meat on his. When he requested a new salad, she literally just took the plate to the back room, pulled off the meat, and returned with the same platter, with the lettuce still wilted from the warmed meat. My companion was not very ...