Hotel Bidegain

13 Rue de la Navarre, Mauleon-Licharre, Aquitaine, 64130, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 13 Rue de la Navarre, Mauleon-Licharre.
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    Travel Blogs from Mauleon-Licharre

    We crossed the Pryenees Mountains

    A travel blog entry by bobalu11 on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... with a couple from England. We spent our second day finishing across the Pyrenees. We shared the road with other pilgrims, sheep, cattle and horses. All the animals had bells on their necks, so we listened to a symphony as we walked. It was a long descent (5 km) into Roncesvalles. We have managed to walk 27 km total in two days. These two days are supposed to be the hardest days - I'm counting on ...

    And I thought I was fit .....

    A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... for us old fellows and we certainly didn't break any records. Not even the slowest as we passed a tombstone 1km from the end. The scenery was spectacular the whole way and that certainly helped the pain of the journey. I felt really good yhe whole way and felt the training had paid off. Certainly the downhill was painful as my feet eere dore and the stones rough underfoot pressing into the sore ...

    A beautiful place

    A travel blog entry by roger.bawden on Sep 08, 2014

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    St Jean is the stepping off place for the Camino and is full of people of all nationalities wearing their interpretation of walking clothing abd holding walking poles or sticks. There is a real sense of excitement as most assembled are just about to embark on this adventure. We did pick up our passport for ...

    Oloron to Mauleon, Spain

    A travel blog entry by dyak on Apr 27, 2014

    ... to learn this slower pace to conserve energy. By noon we hiked to a small town in the mountains. We had purchased sandwiches and fruit since we did not expect any stores would be open on Sunday. Rene treated me to a loaf slice called Mille. It was sweet and was high in energy. We had lunch on the grounds of a local church. Apparently in rural France mass is said on altering Sundays between alternating villages. There was a high walled structure in front of the church ...

    The beginning of our pilgrimage!

    A travel blog entry by bdvano on Jul 06, 2012

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    ... knew a limited amount of English and hooked up his lap top so that we could check to see if Rina (our youngest daughter who is expecting any day) had, had her baby. No news!

    Rosa and Salvadorde are successful business people and they own 6 pensions. Their son owns a high end hotel and check out www.casattila. They recommended supper at "Casa Matelino" which opens at 8:30 so we returned to the convience store and had a wine and watched life go ...