Residence Soleil d'Aure
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... gloves as mine were holy. Hotel had been booked en-route, and when we got here it turns into an apartment.
Easy day follows, with the usual shopping and browsing and not doing too much. Lovely morning ride up into the ski fields for photos. Beautiful day to be out, no bags and just cruising outside of La Vella, the city of Andorra. We have spent a lot of time revisiting places we went in 2005. Now on our third trip we are getting the ...
Four years ago on the 13th October, Stefan and I left the quay at Dee Way to begin our adventure with the boat in France. I cannot believe that it is only four years. We have crammed so much into such a short time, it feels like at least ten years. Our plans were so very different to the way it has turned out, but we have no regrets and have loved the way life has meandered along the path of least resistance and brought us to this ...
... if you wanted. There were so many religious shops selling everything religious you can think of right next to each other. There would have had to be about 100 of them in Lourdes. We also saw so many priests and nuns in full outfits strolling around. Prayers, masses, rosary and confession go all day every day. You can buy candles that are 2m high to put at the alters. Back on the train to Paris and our ...
... looking down on the town and the basilica is built on top of the grotto. We met a lovely lady named Mary Irwin from Brisbane. She also works for a school looking after after-school care at St Bernadette's at Redcliffe. We spent the entire time with Mary and found we had a lot in ...
... stronger than others and some of us started falling back on the hills, partly because of fatigue and partly trying to conserve energy for the Col d’Ahusquy. Dave was feeling that our pace was a little fast for him. We kept on slowing and bringing him back to the group but eventually he told us to go on and he would continue at his own pace.
Thus we made it to the final climb, nearly five and half hours into the ride. This was actually two climbs in ...