Pierre & Vacances Residence La Villa Maldagora
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... had bread made from chestnut flour which was great for those with a wheat allergy and was very tasty.
We are in an ibis hotel tonight. Eight of us are in the three-star version, and ten of us are in the budget version. The budget is really really budget--it has a double bed with a bunk bed over it. Steve has volunteered to take the bunk. The shower door opens into the room and there is a tiny toilet room. The sink is in the room. Very cozy!
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Let me just say it: today was not a good day. It started with my sleeping in (I relied on my roomie's rising at 6:00 but he dozed through his alarm), then discovering not only that breakfast wouldn't be served until 8:00 (not that I was necessarily going to eat it - I usually forego the extra expense and make my own from items bought at the store), but that those who had stored their bikes in the restaurant wouldn't be able ...
... I know is I didn't have to pee all day I was sweating so much.
The view was worth the climb. I found the descent ********* my legs than climbing, my calves didn't like this and I wished I had done more hill practice before at home.
We are in a very nice hostel tonight with only 12 beds at a lovely sea side village. Our plan was to get as far as San Sabastion but both of us have had enough for one day.
Had lunch about ...
I then met an Irish couple on holiday here, he has done this pilgrimage, and intends to do his next one from Portugal ! I am much looking forward to setting off early morning.
Saturday March 2nd - I set off early to walk up via the high Route Napoleon, but as it was very misty and cold, and only me on this route, I decided to retrace my steps, and join a few other pilgrims on the lower route in sunny weather! I am now in Spain (sent ...
... find the laundromat as we were running out of clean clothes, and while the machine was doing its thing we had a wander around town. SJPdP means 'the foot of the pass' and is the ancient capital of the Basque region and is a beautiful medieval village. We stop and have 'buckwheat pancakes' for lunch, and surprisingly they were very nice! We then find the pilgrim's office and get our first stamp in our passports. We are now officially pilgrims! ...