Hotel Ur Hegian
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After spending the night in Spain we walked out the front door into France. The lady who had made our breakfast came to the door and waved us out as if we were a part of the family! A taxi met us to take us down the hill to Olhette, about 4 km away.
The first part of our walk was all uphill to Col des Trois Fontaines at an altitude of 563 …
... don't open. Portugal tolls hit us big before we left, one toll alone was €45, our biggest yet. We really liked Portugal, though they don't have toilet seats or siestas. After we crossed the border into Spain we noticed things starting to change. The small towns were like ghost towns. Lucky to spot 3 people, no shops at all, even the pubs were closed. We found ...
... toughest physical challenge of our lives and I am so proud to say Buen Camino. Day 2 - All I wanted to do was sleep. After rubbing a tube of voltaren on my shoulders and legs I still woke up to the now customary pain. However, even though we were hurting, we still put on our gear and headed out the door with the aim of finishing stage two. It started out well with some warmth and sunshine but in the end became rainy, muddy and wet. Errin decided to stack it on ...
... had spurred each other on talking about what we would buy for dinner, what beverage we would enjoy most to quench our thirst and ease our weary feet and legs. So it was an abrupt shock and devastating disappointment to find out there was no way to even partly address these enhanced desires. Dinner was a small communal meal - large on communal, small on supplies. But what a great lesson it ...
... but hope we'll be back before too long.
Our twelfth country brings us to our fifth and final continent. We decided to finish our world tour a little closer to home to give ourselves a bit of a soft landing back into life in the UK. After a very brief turnaround in Devon to collect Maisy, our campervan, and our road bikes we headed to France in pursuit of the 100th Tour de France. Throughout our sabbatical our aim was to do things that we ...