Domaine De Millox
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... was four. The children are a delight and both children speak fluent French. Thursday 25th June Today we cycled into Saint Jean de Luz and walked through the lovely pedestrian streets. We brought Kerry some new jandals and I got a new bikini that was a quarter of the price of what you can buy them for in New Zealand. The cost of living here is cheaper than New Zealand by quite a lot we find. We met Nicki, Jim and the kids for a swim in the evening at our campground ...
... strenuous walk with a multi-lingual gal from Winnipeg, Jeaninne, we arrived at Orison in time for a late lunch of market goodies and a beverage of your choice, which in my case was of course a beer.
Orisson as you can see in the pictures is not a thriving metropolis but merely one building (which is the restaurant / bar / dorm) plus an outdoor patio / bar with a two story foundation (remember, we are on very steep ground so all three levels ...
... He claimed this was the last chance to get a stamp before entering Spain. We bought a banana each, some boiled eggs and had our credentials stamped, then moved on. No point buying any tea since I still had over 70 Tetley tea bags from my mum.
Some time later we noticed a sign telling us we were entering the province of Navarre, and walked straight past it. I was still on the look out for the sign that told me I was leaving France and entering Spain. Only later did ...
... for the morning. Note to self: don't sit my butt on the ground.
Orisson is a little Albergue half way up the mountain and is a rest stop for most pilgrims and a welcome warmth from the cold outside. Arrive sweating like crazy from the effort but it's freezing and you go cold real quick. Cannot officially check in until 12 so hang out with great coffee and only at 2€. Yippee! Still in France and cross into Spain ...
... but also beautiful! Upon arrival we were greeted by Georgina (www.PyreneanExperience.com) and given time to settle in before dinner. In the morning we had a walk around the sheep fields that surround the house. This was beautiful after a rain and with peeks of sunshine and lush green grass. Words cannot describe this area! It was absolutely fantastic! Then we ventured to our lunch spot. Two sisters own and run the restaurant which was ...