Les Pres d'Eugenie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... Only Get Better)
(Note Pau is pronounced “Poo”
United at last – the Franchise 4 became the Franchise 7 and finally congregated at a café in Pau, to have a coffee and a sandwich for early dinner. It was noted that discipline and morale had totally disintegrated without the guidance of Queen Gnat. Tomorrow will be the day for normality to be reinstated, we all hoped.
... considering how hot it was.
We took her advice and ate lunch at the café Pitchoun, where the chef was more than happy to make us some vegetarian platters. We ate and laughed then played with the wifi. As we were walking to the office of tourism, where we would pay for our lodgings, my companions ran into a Belgian man they had once traveled with. He was now traveling with a Basque man and a German guy. We told them that there were exactly three ...
... have any concern at all for the others in the room. When we awoke the next morning at 6am, we found that they had left the kitchen a terrible mess, and we were forced to clean their dishes just to make our breakfast. We made sure not to be too quiet doing this. Sometimes you meet wonderful people, and sometimes, you meet people like this. I’d be glad not to meet them again. Total distance walked today: 13km Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... in a row) to take videos for me of the architecture, since I couldn’t stop to see it myself. I didn’t even have to ask! I think that this is very kind of them. When they returned from errands, we made a very simple dinner in the refuge. At this point, I was itching with cabin fever and asked if they wanted to accompany me to a local bar. We made the slow walk there (for the first time in days, I was able to walk without the aid of my trekking poles). We ...
... I was hitting my limit. The pain in my foot was growing again and the walk was becoming more difficult with each step. Of course, the entry to the town was a very steep and muddy hill, but when we finished, we emerged into the center of the town. There, the other pilgrims from the night before were already at a local café, so we decided to stop there too. I was in luck because the café had wifi, and it had been days since I had been able to update my blog. ...