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... knickers in a right twist about it. Incidentally, he turned up 2 months early, completely out of character for the French, though I feel the need for cash flow and the advent of the Grand Vacances may have played a part! Anyway, Stefan had to get some fittings and drove down to town an hour before the shop closed to find all the staff unloading a delivery and unable to help him as they had closed early. So he duly returned the next morning, waited 20 minutes to be served only to find ...
... 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.
Today was to be the tourist day, we all had our usual breakfast courtesy of Jean Jaques and Merete. We then walked about 3 klms to Lourdes to have a look around. Lourdes is very intriguing in the 1850s a young girl was at a local cave and she saw Virgin Mary. She was told to dig for water, she then saw her a further 17 times. So from that the tourist town of Lourdes was built. There are 15,000 people living in Lourdes, at its peak it had 680 hotels the most of any city outside Paris. ...
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 ...
... toughest we've done. We then dropped back down to have lunch in Lourdes and then we decided to get back to the accommodation to watch the tour. So the race was on back to Hotel Merete. Yours truly won the sprint. Dinner with Jean Jacques aperitifs of duck hearts, garlic snails, duck rillet. Then entree of scallops in the shell and mains of Roast Lamb with ratatouille. ...