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#1 Posted : Monday, July 29, 2013 1:15:35 AM(UTC)

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Returned two days ago from a charming and exciting week for the Camino in France from LE PUY ON VELAY to AUBRAC .

The plan was to go 8-9 days, but on the seventh day I twisted my ankle, so that ESPAIOL arrived with a taxi.

Technical details:
We flew to Geneva. Definitely not recommended. The flight cost savings offset the cost and time of assemblies/automotive. You should fly to Lyon and return to Toulouse, the advice available.

Difficulty level:
"Each according to his ability" to us that hiking is long and definitely wasn't hard. Most Road-Bill. The a la carte rates: we went 15-20 km per day, we finished the walk every day at 2:00 or so and enjoyed the chance to stroll in the village which are We met people marched 30 miles per day, and planned to reach Santiago.

We went with the bags, but many baseball choose not to carry any weight at all, there is no service for transferring files from high place to sleep.

Bill check:
Excellent. You can't go wrong. Bolt check every few yards, and the intersection of course check where to go and where not to go

Here, too, "each according to his ability": there are public hostels where you can get a bed and a shower at 8-12 euros, and there are private lodges, peasants, where shared or private rooms (for 2, 3, etc.) these hostels provide usually also bedding, breakfast and dinner. We tried to sleep in hostels, usually in a private room. The cost per night with breakfast and dinner 70-90 euros per couple. Larger towns also have hotels, but we should not sleep, because there is less noticeable in baseball atmosphere created shared dinners at inns.

And hiking experience itself:
In one word-d. h. Nations!!!!! No doubt, the aborveno for the first time, the experience was wonderful and even more powerful.
Views: here not going inside a postcard like landscape. His views and relaxing, but also very diverse: over fields that let the concept of "horizon" of course new, endless flowers, herds of cows, forests, we can keep going in this peace forever.
The walk is a village and village: most very small villages, the centuries-old houses, some with very few inhabitants. Statues and signs on the road that pilgrims and congratulating the water taps designed to refresh and drink to go. Signs with Pilgrim stories, songs, an entire culture built around the way to Santiago.
No less significant human experience: the owners of the hostels that are always happy to talk to and hear and who we met several times and have become good friends. Hard to believe if you can manage calls in French is minimal, (our) and zero (). And in the evening-dinner with multiple shared and participants that make merry with beer parties in all languages.

And finally, thanks to Ma, who suggested we go to Camino, advise, materials, and all mndendot questions.
Noa and NIR

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#2 Posted : Monday, July 29, 2013 2:02:21 PM(UTC)

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And now, to plan the future.
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