Madame Vacances Residence Cami Real

Rue Du Chemin De Sailhan, St-Lary-Soulan, Midi-Pyrénées, 65170, France | 2 star condo
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This 2 star condo, located on Rue Du Chemin De Sailhan, St-Lary-Soulan, is near Pic Du Midi.
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    Travel Blogs from St-Lary-Soulan

    French Foibles

    A travel blog entry by jackospades on Aug 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... supplies. We are going to try and convince the mayor that it was like that and make it look like the entrance to a hay store. Sebastien, Odile’s son, who works for the deputy mayor Jacques, has said that if anyone kicks up he will fight our corner because a restored building always looks better than a wreck.

    The Tour de France week has just past with a repeat booking from the guys from Minehead cycling club. Before they arrived there was a lot of preparation and at the ...

    Tourmalet!

    A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson on Jul 25, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... go leaving all the climbs behind and getting ready to set off for Paris.

    So here we are in our Paris apartment in the first arrondissement, a stone's throw from the Louvre.

    Tomorrow we will find a place to watch the finish of the TDF and the womens race in the arvo Beforehand we will wander the streets for a bit and decide on what are our must sees.

    Au revior



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    Tourist in Lourdes

    A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 25, 2014

    ... in 778ad as a fortress by the Romans. In the 11th century it became a residence of the count go Bigorre. In the 14th century it was extended to encompass more dwellings. It then became a prison in the 16th century. Incredible to see history of that age. We then walked through the town towards the funicular. It is a rail system that goes up a 56% slope pulled by a cable that is counter balanced by the other train, so at half way the carts pass each other on the split track. We went to ...

    The circus comes to town

    A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson on Jul 24, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    After a coffee and croissant at our favorite Boulangerie in Argeles Gasost it was a 6km hike to our corner just above the first village of the Hautacam climb. It turned out to be a great spot with a mountain stream to fill our bidons, shade and a number of Aussies there.

    Most of the time was spent people watching with riders and walkers kitted in their team/country colours marching up ...

    The Hautacam

    A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 24, 2014

    Today is another big day for the Tour de France. The riders make their way up the Col du Tourmelet, then onto the hautacam. We woke early once again, breakfast with Jean Jacques. Then rode from our accommodation to Lourdes. We then joined the bike track, which was once a railway line, so the gradients are great. Seems bizarre to ride flat roads again compared to all ...