Hotel Bidegain

Address: 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

          Day 1 - St Jean Pied De Port to Roncesvalles 32km

          A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Oct 11, 2015

          23 photos

          ... which point we experienced our first goodbyes on our journey. Dokona and Letishia decided that they'd only walk 8km to Orisson as he had a stress fracture in his foot and didn't want to overdo it on the first few days. It was still relatively dark when we left the refuge, but the town was fairly well lit. We were ready and full of adrenaline so much so that we had our hiking poles out a ready to go despite it being very flat. We didn't really think this through too well as my ...

          Day 2: Up and over the Pyrenees

          A travel blog entry by cropeterw on Apr 27, 2014

          4 comments, 4 photos

          ... the village. It has some lovely houses dating from the 1790s. We found a great local bar and had a few beers and some olives and cheese which was refreshing after the day we'd had. We felt pretty proud of ourselve making it through such a hard day. After looking around the village we went back to our room for an hour.

          We had a great meal in the restaurant of soup, loin and ice cream and then saw Hemingway's signature written on the piano. An incredibly satisfying ...

          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 ...

          Plagued with Cramps and Steep Elevations

          A travel blog entry by alanizcamino on Aug 09, 2013

          15 photos

          ... in his face that they were painful. Pascal told us that most of his journey he spent the night in his tent with his buddy and not in an albergue. But his buddy hurt his knee badly and had to rest another day. Pascal carried on without him and hopes his friend will also be able to finish the journey. After packing our packs and completing morning rituals, we walk across the street to the pilgrim's office for a stamp (you receive a stamp at each albergue you stay and ...

          Sunday 24th March 2013

          A travel blog entry by dougs-camino on Mar 24, 2013

          11 photos

          ... it was 20 degrees so I stopped for an ice-cream, well it was a Spanish holiday so it felt right in the sun. My Korean Tiger did not like ice-cream so we stopped by a stream for a paddle to cool the aching feet. By now we had done 20 km, ahead was the last 5km in the snow to an altitude of 1400m (nearly four and a half thousand feet). We met a lovely German mother and daughter for this last bit, ...