Domaine De Millox
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with 1200 meters of elevation gain. This is just entirely too daunting to consider and in my mind could jeopardize the rest of the trip. Fortunately someone has developed an aubergue (hostel), in recent years, at kilometre 8 after 600 meters of elevation gain. When we discovered this, we booked into this place; which went a long way to making us feel much more comfortable about undertaking the start of our journey.
While we had been training ...
... Given the number of incidents in the tunnel over the past couple of years I suspect the track is not being maintained as it should be. Nevertheless we had time to eat our sandwiches during the journey and I was able to fit the continental deflectors to the headlamps.
We emerged at Calais to clear skies and bitter cold, and immediately filled up with French diesel, which even at motorway prices was only £1.01 a ...
... told that the bikes would be ready for us to pick up the next day at noon. In the morning we packed up the van so we could head away as soon as we got back with the bikes. On the tram again and back to the shop on time only to be told that one bike was ready but the other would not be ready till later in the afternoon. The shop closes for lunch 12.30-2.00.
We were unimpressed and after some heated discussions about customer service, the shop owner ...
... 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 ...
... and blanket (standard arrangement for all gites - the different options being if you get a chambre - room to yourself - or dormitory - shared with anything from potentially 2 to so far about 15 others) There I met up again with a couple that I had shared the Gite with on my third night (French) along with some others who I had met on the road. I also got chatting with a German guy who is doing the LePuy to SJPP and various other walks to keep himself busy in his retirement - a ...