El Caserio de Fatas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... who had enough of fast life, in the morning we had a light dusting of snow over the village, made our stay even better. Headed up to Torla then back out to Salardu for next night. The drive through Pyrenees is beautiful. Incredible to see huge mountains covered in snow and we are driving right amongst it. Tunnels 5 ks long, trucks..eek..snow ploughs. Salardu is a ski village and 25 ks from France border. Went up to the ...
... original goal of 90 percent renewables is unlikely to be reached anytime soon.
There was a chapel at the top of the Perdon mountain range until the middle of the 19th century. According to tradition, when pilgrims reached the summit they obtained forgiveness for their sins and their spiritual health was guaranteed for the rest of their journey. I wonder if this means that I have now wiped ...
... cut through at some stage. I can only “praise the lord” that it didn’t move in transit and sustain serious, and expensive damage. Retrieving the truck from the docks in London took about one and a half hours, compared to four days in Colombia.
Whilst recognizing that Britain has appeal to some, and not wishing to offend those who made the smartest move of their lives and emigrated, I haven’t changed my opinion of the place. ...
... smoking on a spliff. This was definitely place for me. Having a day off the bike the next day was a welcome change and so I borrowed an OS style map off a helpful middle aged couple in the campsite (the woman was especially worried about my getting burnt in the sun and advised a walk amongst the shaded trees, very wise). Off I set on a solo trek in the mountains while Peter took his Blade out for a spin on the local roads. Running out ...
Again the navigator and the driver are feeling somewhat stressed after a day on the road . Naturally the Pyrenees are spectacular . We drove through the south of France and stopped at a little hotel for something to eat . They had closed for lunch but they offered us a ham sandwich ( well that's what we thought ) . Infact we were presented with a beautiful meal with the tenderest meat smothered with a mustard based sauce ( ...