Les Eaux Tranquilles
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... but that isn't too bad, a grazed shin and a very poorly toe. My foot is so swollen that I can only get my lightest sandals on and my toe is a lovely blue colour. I was a bit concerned that I might not be able to drive but after a good nights sleep, helped by gin and some pain killers I didn't feel too bad. So the next day I set off for the heart of the Pyrenees, not via the town of Graus as I had planned as I didn't want to walk anywhere. My first task was to ...
We arrived this afternoon after driving via Toulouse. The drive up the mountains takes two hours and is a combination of winding roads and tunnels a few times all you could see was a mountain 100 metres ahead and no obvious road until you go around a bend. Its one of the prettiest towns I've ever seen. Snow all gone but now gearing up for summer hikers. Wine 2 euro a bottle, beer 2.50 a pint.I had a few electrical problems but after an hour with ...
... Market day. The most fantastic of markets. I could have even won a goat! We stock up with fine food. We're going nowhere fast as our Aire is now full to the gunnels with Winnebago's, Mercedes and various vans from the travelling Circus! We are very much boxed in and until we learn how to say, " we would like to leave please" in French! We'll just have to stay! Weather a bit crepe-y though. Now cloudy n very very windy so we head off for a ...
... than normal we arrived at the road to go up and get closer to the abbey. But wait... It was closed. We don;t know if it was ever open on that day or if it closed early but there seemed to be others in the same position.
There was a small walled village and we wandered the outer walls without entering the solely tourist realm. We found somewhere to eat to avoid eating with our french host and settled in for the evening before leaving France the next day. ...
... last night. Thanks to Kate Sippetts we have a detailed map of the surrounding countryside so today we explore on bikes and tonight head back into this ramshackle medieval town of mixed fortunes for a drink and will sit listening to more live music. This camping Aire is more than basic, it's a concrete slab with 22 vans hustled in together just outside the town centre alongside the park but the friendly French make us most ...