Auberge de l'Arac
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The Paradore de Bielsa was pretty damn schmick. I think I have probably stayed in better places - though none immediately spring to mind and to be perfectly honest, no hotel with as many stars as one can possibly imagine, could ever offer the views from the two windows of our top-floor corner room. We rose and drew back curtains to awesome glimpses of Pyrenean Ranges either to the south and east or along the Valle de Cinca to the west (or at least that's how my compass ...
... mountain goat track (see pic) to the car & bike the vistas through the clouds made one feel you could have been in any mountains in the world. We eventually passed the other houses and neighbours in their village of Coulat. We turned the corner to their car and my moto. Met their closest neighbour "Bruno" again who wa off fly fishing and I was now feeling more confident of the French greeting so practised that on Bruno - ...
... by his ladies to pay much attention to us, and we walked on unmolested. We now came to the first descent for the day. We had to go down into the valley, follow a mountain stream downwards along the valley floor for a while, and then climb the mountain ridge on the other side. The descent was rocky and steep which made for slow going, but after a while we reached the stone hut on the valley floor. "Now the going will be easier", we thought. Alas, nothing was going to be ...
... day. At the end of that walk we will be picked up by a taxi and driven back here for another night in paradise! The weather reports for later in the week are becoming slightly friendlier also, so we are hoping to be able to walk every day for the next three days. By then we will reach Ax les Thermes, where we will have an official restday. Stats: Distance: 2 km Total ascent/descent: practically nothing for a change! Kathy and ...
... over the spillway and waves were sloshing over the top of the dam. We crossed this torrent using an old stone bridge which under the circumstances was a bit narrow for our liking! We started descending into the valley which at least got us out of the wind. We persevered down the mountain where the trail was continually deep in running water. This took much longer than usually would have been the case, and a fallen tree next to a waterfall did nothing to make ...