Le Saint Vincent
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Saint Vincent Roquefort
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... it was boiling hot. I don’t know what they were afraid of us doing with the water had we more than 8 seconds. Maybe, we could have gotten fully clean! There were also no sheets or pillowcases, even for an extra price, and the beds and pillows were outfitted with rubber covers.
Unfortunately, because I am not fully-healed, I was unable to spend time exploring the town. My companions ran errands for us all and even stopped at the church (for the ...
... I gave the bar owner instructions to tell them that I had stopped there. Yet, as I exited, they were just walking up. They said that they had been worried about me, but I assured them all was well. The original plan had been for me to walk alone at my pace and meet them later, but the teacher insisted on walking with me, while the architect continued on. He said he also wanted to walk slowly today, but I suspect that he was just going to keep an eye on ...
... This is one of the reasons that I decided to do the pilgrimage, as I knew that it would force me out of my comfort zone. I never expected that I would find so many people willing to extend me kindness and friendship. If you had told me last year what I would be doing this year, I would not have believed you. Even now, I can hardly believe it.
Total distance walked today: 0km (27km in a camper)
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: 769km ...
... refuge in Farbo was not a very welcoming place. The woman who ran it at first told us to wait for her welcome before we entered, then decided that she couldn’t be bothered to show up. So, her husband let us in and collected our money. They should be ashamed to run such a place. The electric did not work in most of the outlets, the kitchen was filthy with broken cabinets and plates, the bathroom was molded through, ...
Saturday and we left Saint-Jean-De-Luz after using the Internet to do all the drone updates and drove 2 1/4 hrs to arrive in this fantastic free Aire. The journey was quite fun as we passed a English Motorhome that we recognised from the Algarve when we were there 8 weeks ago and that we had bumped into Steve and Sue at Foz a week before. We said our goodbyes and then we stopped for a cuppa and they then passed us tooting ...