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... that seats 25,000 people. Mass was in progress so we stopped to watch and hear the beautiful singing. There is so much more to Lourdes, I would like to come again and spend a week seeing all the other sights and looking at museums and the huge castle that dominates the other end of the town. Back to camp. We returned for, again, a not very French meal before joining the candle light procession of the rosary. All around the ...
... 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. ...
... One of the new
lights down in the boot room was fusing too and we found that someone had had a
shower in No. 2 without closing the door properly, resulting in a leak through
the light. The boiler was leaking as someone had meddled with the setting
making the pressure drop – even though the note stuck to it says specifically
not too. The dishwasher had packed up, though I had a feeling something was
amiss with it before we left ...
... to play', silly. It's 'going away!' For months and months as the days get shorter and it makes me S A D. So surely it's time to get back to the equator where the days never get shorter, there's no real ale but Tusker anywhere the sun shines or sets is ok. This is actually a lovely site. Very peaceful and relaxing and way out in the countryside. As I have found so often on this trip the site ...
... for the time it will take me to get to the top. There are support stations at 6km and 11km but I doubt anyone will be stopping at these.
The road rises gently at first, beautifully paved courtesy of the Tour de France. The river is on the left with much evidence of a huge flood that came down causing extensive damage about two years ago. There are increasing glimpses of sunshine above but the temperature is perfect at the moment. The road steepens through the small ...