Les Thermes de l'Avenue
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... about ten minutes of stumbling and searching for signs...I did say that I though this to be NOT one of our better ideas..... However it is amazing how quickly the sun does rise and very soon we were walking in beautiful morning sunrise with the mist hovering over the corn field and the roosters crowing and the cows mooing......and if I had smell o rammer you too could be blown away with the delightful morning country smells...... It was, I have to say a very hard day.. ...
... one solo German Man, Martin in a gite that is meant to sleep 18 we can at least spread out abit...which makes it bearable...can't quite believe what it would be like if every bed had a body in it...hope none of us elderly ladies needs to go to the toilet in the night...it's a little way to Go with a few door to pass through....I will justst say at four o clock in the morning....expand bladder...expand .......morning is soon. Say no more.... Night ...
... we had lunch. Crossed into France again. We had been paying motorway tolls all day in Spain, and now had to pay our share to France! Very trying and expensive at times. Noted the road signs are still in two languages- now French and Basque. Arrived at our camp for the night in the small town of Orhez. Needed to try our poor French again but we managed. Soft rain as we finished dinner. Hope for a quiet night. Tomorrow I ...
... were cutting up the waves and half of Germany were bathing on the sand.
That evening we watched the surfer couple next door, enviously watching as they relaxed back into their real chairs in their tracksuit pants and pulling beers out of their fridge. When you don’t have a fridge you find yourself grocery shopping twice a day and drinking red wine. After a stroll to the fair and some unneeded donut sticks with chocolate dipping sauce we headed back to the tent ...
From St Jean Pied de Port we left on another of our "alternative" connector routes. Erroneously named the Voie de la Nive, implying a 3 day stroll along the river valley into Bayonne, we instead walked up and down and around and around the foothills of the Basque country for 2 1/2 days. Our first day ...