La Ferme de Flaran Hotel
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... people coming through!! Today we saw no one as we walked. But as usual the signs were always reliable, and we had a lovely walk. Arrived at Navarrenx at about 3 pm, hotel good, bags there - this is such a great system!! Have now had a wander around. This is the last town in the Béarn area - tomorrow we enter the Basque Country. While we were in a deli with local produce Amr made the mistake of ...
... would take our things (on the quiet) and put them in with the hotel laundry they were about to do!!! How kind, as it is not a good drying day, and we had all the clothes from our big walk yesterday, plus a few more accumulated bits and pieces. And they wouldn't take any money for it. So here we are reading and playing. In between showers we had a wander around the village, which took about 10 minutes, and ...
Today started out really well. It was fine and sunny - which were the final predictions, the storm and tempest were not expected till the afternoon. So it was lovely, and we found ourselves with the wonderful postcard views everywhere, dairy farms on green grassy slopes, Pyrenees still looming, and every now and then a flat section with more of the eternal corn. (By the way my chatter about corn is just that - chatter....I ...
... the bar and have down time (and wifi!). We have definitely moved into hillier country, but every now and then still come across flat expanses of corn. But we have also moved back to many cows again, and quite a lot of poultry farms. Had to do some ups and downs today, which was good practice, because we are approaching the mountains. And we are back to really gorgeous views. There was some rain in the night, but again we were lucky. Put on ponchos for a few ...
... about Atura, as there were other cafes etc with it in their names. Also, our host told us it is a play on words too, as the hotel is so secluded - right in the town but surrounded by trees and the river, that you are at one with nature, which we certainly were! Anyway, we left crossing the bridge and had a climb up from the river to the upper town, and from there we walked on a vast flat plateau most of the ...