Premiere Classe Tarbes Est - Parc des Expositions
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Travel Blogs from Tarbes
... I soon learnt to look down when exiting the women's :-) Spent most of the day at different areas around the Sanctuary. It really is Disneyland for the religious. So many ancient beautiful buildings to look at. Lourdes is such a pretty town that I don't want to leave tomorrow :-( Dinner for just Miss and I tonight - Kevin all tuckered out and asleep already. We won't be far behind him. ......Miss and I NEED to stop eating ...
Today we had a city tour of Bordeaux which was quite a surprise to us. In the18th century after the fire of London The king decided all the timber buildings be replaced with sandstone which has to be seen to believe. It is now UNESCO World Heritage there are beautiful fountains bridges and buildings.
After lunch we travelled to Lourdes to the Hotel Grotte for the night. ...
... buildings, in some places, entire villages. Broad plains, much wider than home. Red earth, subsequent quarries, wine region. Lots of wind turbines everywhere. Temperatures went from 17 in Lourdes to 32 north of Madrid. Crossed another range of mountains 100km North Madrid - Sistema Central. Not high but very rocky countryside. Got into Madrid at 4pm. So many apartments on the road in. Can't imagine living with a family ...
... great and our room looks across to the original fort which guarded the area hundreds of years ago. Lourdes itself looks lovely although unsurprisingly now very commercialised. Looking forward now to going out for a walk with Peter, back for a meal and then off to join the procession to the Grotto at 9pm. Well, had our walk, inspiring place for all the souvenir shops and commercialism. Huge open spaces with every way possible for pilgrims and tourists ...
... repair one of Raymond’s various strimmers at the same time and had it all done in less than a week.
Michel having departed and Jeanne and Dennis arriving just before I left for the UK, we found them sat one evening drinking G & T outside and seeming very low. The conversion of the old Grange is still on going, costing so much money with an architect come project manager, who appears to be ripping them off. The master bedroom was too small for even a bed ...