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... room to indulge in a late lunch sampling the delish local foods on offer) Mind you, we can't complain, coz the full price for the perfectly adequate accom, last nights meals (and drinks) and today's breaky was the somewhat bargain price of 100€ which is a pretty cheap Iil transaction. And the Manuel-experience came free. So who can complain. After seeing pics of the Canfranc railway station on the walls of the Hotel, and seeing the train pass by last night, I ...
... by a folk choir, belonged to Liam Lawson's Glendalough Mass. I am currently reading his book, and having been to Glendalough and heard these parts before loved the coincidence.
i was going to stay for tonight's candle procession bit I am desperate or a decent meal and a rest. Oh, how I dream of roast pork, baked vegies and thick gravy. A really long day travelling tomorrow. Back to Paris and then onto Rouen - nearly eight hours in a train.
... praying the rosary aloud and reading scripture . . . I've not seen anything quite like it!
The candle procession was quite breathtaking. Thousands of people praying the rosary, holding candles, processing behind a statue of Our Lady in a glass case being held aloft. Everyone was singing . . . I think it was a Latin Ava Maria. As they sang Ave Maria, they held their candles aloft. It was very powerful. Once again, the reverence and ...
Day 4: 119km and 3600m of ascent.
OK - now we are in Lourdes. For those of you of the Catholic faith or who have any knowledge of the background to why Lourdes is of special interest, you might be surprised to find me here. It just happens to be about 12 km from where we finished this stage and to be a bigger centre with more hotels. For those of you who don’t have the background, this is a place ...
... t too bad - still early in the day and a pleasant temperature. Then we had an amazing long descent down beautiful roads - lots of hairpins before coming to the valley floor. We had a relatively long flat stretch then and fortunately, Terry, Dave, Paul and I joined a group who were moving along at a pretty fast pace and were able to work together taking turns to lead. That made it very efficient.
But we still had two more climbs, the Portet d’ Aspet and ...