Hotel Les Pyrenees
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Les Pyrenees Saint Jean Pied de Port
Hotel Ramuntcho we LOVE you! Oh, what a clean, comfortable, and convenient gem in the center of the old town. The proprietors here are most pleasant. They served a generous breakfast of fresh orange juice, warm flaky croissant, baguette with a variety of jams, mild soft cheese, yogurt, and cafe au lait (allowing us to proportion the coffee and steamed milk!). After a delightful night of much appreciated horizontal sleep, we devoured our meal before we even considered taking a picture.
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Today was Canada Day and we celebrated by walking down the side of a mountain. The ups and downs of the terrain finally took.its toll on our fèet!! Everyone of you would love this walk. Last night we stayed at a 200 bunk albergue that included meal, wine and good company. We went to our first mass which was ...
... beautiful. Sometimes you tell people who you are and they understand, they accept you, and they embrace you. Sometimes you make yourself completely vulnerable and nobody takes advantage of you, but you become closer and become friends. I am saddened that I have lived so much of my life afraid of how others will judge me. I have found people, who, despite not knowing me for long, know me better than others who have been around me for years. The burden laid not with ...
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" Lao Tau
Friday May 1. Compostella - La Napoleon
What a funny night, so glad we had a private room as a group of young people arrived at 11pm & partied till around 2am!! Poor pilgrims that had to get up early to start their Camino. We'd decided that seeing we had to spend one more night in St Jean that we may as well keep the same room to save us moving ...
... walking poles I could barely manage a hobble. Then the other pilgrims began to pass us. Even older pilgrims, including an elderly Spanish lady with packs front and back were pulling ahead of us! We trained for months to make sure this wouldn't happen!!! The low point came in a small grocery store where I tried to communicate with the Spanish speaking cashier. Despite my best efforts and supposed mastery of 800 Spanish words all I got ...
Left at 6.45pm so still dark. They farewelled us individually and pointed us in the right direction. Apparently we filled up and the overflow room was opened over the road where there was 200 beds in one room.
Crossed the road and walked past the sign saying Santiago 790 km.It was so wierd walking on this path in the pitch black with a full moon giving some light as I walked through this ...