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  • 8 mars 2019
    Bernard Delhomme

    In her late thirties, Beth Jusino longed to escape, at least temporarily, her busy urban life. She wanted something beyond endless meetings and 24/7 screen time. Which is how she and her husband, Eric, found themselves laden with backpacks and nerves, stepping out of a historic cathedral in Le Puy, France, heading down a cobblestone street, and turning west. They were walking the Camino de Santiago, a 900-year-old pilgrimage route that winds a thousand miles across the Pyrenees and through France and Spain.