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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... except got a bit hot right at the end when we found ourselves walking again through endless corn in a sudden flat plateau, and uphill to where we are. Before that we had been spoilt with endless stunning views of the mountains, and walking through gorgeous forests. Now we are here, showered, and relaxing. Girding myself for a communal ...
... 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 ...
... trouble eating the dinners sometimes, too much, despite all the calories we must burn up walking. So this was just perfect. Amr also wants me to mention that the wifi code at this place had 37 characters!!! It took both of us 4 goes to get on!!! So we left at about 8.45, and just as it started to rain! They had said pm showers, but it was steady enough to need ponchos....but after 10 mins or less stopped, and held ...
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 ...
... to the woman next to me. She's Norwegian, but she has a home in the south of France. Can you guess where? Ironically, she has a house in Pau! I couldn't believe it. How random is it that, I'm leaving Norway and sitting next to somebody who lives in Pau too. It was just too funny. Once in Paris, my journey started to get a bit more stressful. I had to ask a few people in order to find the correct shuttle that runs between ...