Brittany Guarino began her pilgrimage the day she turned three.
St. John Pied de Port is a quaint little village set in the foothills of the Pyrenees on the French side of the border with Spain. Translated literally as “St. John at the foot of the mountain pass,” the village offers daily train service running up from the city of Bayonne in southwestern France. It’s also the starting point for Camino Frances, the most popular option for traveling the Camino de Santiago – and it is where Michael Guarino, from Brooksville Florida, and his daughter Brittany set off on a 500-mile journey along the Camino.
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