Hotel Du Parc
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like retirement or career change, demanded an opportunity for reflection which The Camino provided; and, that Canada does not have supported walks like The Camino with aubergues and cafes focused on Pilgrim's needs.
Frankly, Spain's Camino is so well developed from the many centuries of pilgrimage that with its current resurgence it has become an economic engine in many rural villages quite outside typical economic hubs. Given the plight ...
... to the woman next to me. She's Norwegian, but she has a home in the south of France. Can you guess where? Ironically, she has a house in Pau! I couldn't believe it. How random is it that, I'm leaving Norway and sitting next to somebody who lives in Pau too. It was just too funny. Once in Paris, my journey started to get a bit more stressful. I had to ask a few people in order to find the correct shuttle that runs between ...
Again the gite we finally arrived at today has been really great... It is run by a very fervent bret wearing, basque man and his cross eyed wife... We arrived and were shown to our rooms very clean and suitable I had a quick shower and sleep cause I was truely shattered and so was everyone else...if it wasn't the last day tomorrow I would have to have a day off.. But it is the last day and we walk....we walk into Saint Jean Pied De Port our destination.... 20 ...
... he obviously had a good day and ended up only 11 minutes behind at the end of the day. Terry’s position in second place was threatened. The challenge was on!
Day Seven, the last day was about 115km with three climbs but only 70km timed. Terry’s plan was to go for it, minimize stops at the aid stations and put the pressure on Victor. Dave, Paul and I volunteered to be ‘domestiques’ - to lead Terry out and let him draft us. ...
... br> I was here in 2007 and thought then that one day I'd do this pilgrimage walk, and I have now put it in my travel calendar for 2014... now I've got to learn Spanish! We are decidedly Not in a hurry, so we have allocated 6 weeks instead of the usual 30 days that those on a tight schedule allocate for such a venture. We, on the other hand, ...