Beau Site Lourdes Hotel
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... in the dark, thousands of people carrying candles and singing. Very "atmospheric" and so glad we made the effort, even if it was an hour long. Back to camp. We are so glad we decided to "do" Lourdes, as initially we had thought not to go there at all, but feel we were lucky to hit a quiet time. Apparently it varies from day to day- there were 11,000 Italian pilgrims there that day but we would not have known had we not been ...
... As for your average Colombian! Friendly, outgoing and hoping and working for a brighter future. Those we met were more than willing to help out if they could. Definitely,
when we think of Colombia, we will remember the people. And have I mentioned
the women people? The Colombian woman has STYLE.
Although not on our planned itinerary, we now find ourselves in the Britain and Europe. The UK is as different to Colombia as chalk is to ...
farmhouse after he had signed the property over to the children. Dennis, the
son-in-law is spending something in the region of 200,000€ extending the house
and modernising the building. They tore down the old roof, damaged by last
year’s storms, revealing wooden nails and the old thatch. It all went. That
evening I popped across to see Michel and invite him for a pastis to find him
sobbing. He has let go, but cannot ...
Coach tour of Bordeaux: Was once more important than Paris in the history and economy of France. Wine making area- in an outer zone still within the city, behind buildings, employs 60,000 La Garonne River dividing the city- not brown but 'chocolat' or caramel! Heritage buildings from the renaissance period On the foreshore in front of the Royal Palace is a recessed area of concrete where, at 10am daily it fills with a thin film of water so that from across the River ...
... group of compadres, Dave went first, followed by Terry, me and then Paul. All the others were much faster and would come later. The start was actually more ceremonial than anything as the timing mat was about a kilometre up the road to neutralize the effect of traffic in town.
We lined up with our bikes. Climbed up on to the stage. There were a couple of guys in front of me. Then it was my turn. “Andy from Canada. Bonne chance Andy!” Go! Descended the ...