Ibis Budget Bergerac
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... Oroel to Marmande taking the twisty roads not the most direct. Firstly it was to the nearest fuel station =- there were magnificent views all the way to the petrol station and from it. (See photos) we then rode to the border of Spain and France and through the Somport Tunnel.
Somport or Col du Somport, ...
... to be shown these in such perfect circumstances, and though the historian knew nothing about their iconography, he did know a lot about the masonry marks that were scattered all over the building.
Though the weather was bad, I enjoyed both the walk and the destination today. I hope for better weather tomorrow, but it’s certainly not my hope that will sway it!
Total distance walked today: 28km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
After our easy day yesterday, we scheduled ourselves to walk much further today. We had breakfast in the refuge at 6:30am, and we were on the road by 7:00. I started off very tired because I got very poor sleep. The refuge beds were very uncomfortable (they did not have real mattresses, just blocks of foam) and my iPod ran out of batteries half way through the night, which meant that I got to listen to a lot of snoring. Because of this, I was in a very bad mood, ...
Day 36 –
Considering the difficulty I had with the walk yesterday, I was looking forward to a much shorter day today. Because of the short walk, we also got to leave late, with breakfast at 8am. Our welcoming hosts even provided us with a map of a new trail, called the Green Road, that doesn't even open officially for another month. Instead of taking the road, we could take this trail all the way to our destination. It was made especially for walking and biking ...
... with me the next day.
Dinner was spectacular. This was the absolute best food that I have had since I have been in France, and not once did she mention any difficulty about preparing vegetarian food. The first course was a vegetable soup prepared entirely from her own garden. While most of the French soups that I have had are blended or simply broth, this was hearty and peppery and delicious. The next course was cantaloupe with a bit of salt and a salad of cucumbers and ...