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... of a lady in white, and after fearfully reporting the apparition to her parents and the local parish priest, none of whom believed her, she went back and eventually saw 17 more appearances of what she came to believe was the Virgin Mary. Mary is referred to in these parts a lot by a few different names: Notre Dame, of course, “Our Lady”, and Mary, and Saint Marie, and “Our Mother,” but most of all as “The Immaculate Conception.” ...
... ll even guide you, its that good.
The weather today (Nov4th) is wet so we have stayed two nights in Lourdes, a town which leaves us cold, metaphorically speaking. Tomorrow we head to Bruce in Berson, and then St Malo for the ferry to Portsmouth, the following day, about 800 kms all up. The temperature was 4 degrees today. Since leaving Morocco a fortnight ago, the daily maximum has dropped from 42 to 4. We found things a bit cold. Leaving ...
... purchased postcards and stamps. All that was left to do was find a small cafe where we could write over a warm drink. I normally don't send postcards to friends or family, but I had a feeling Yvonne would really appreciate a postcard with a picture of our hike up to Pulpit Rock. After sending off our postcards, I started to get antsy about getting to the airport. I knew I would be fine, I had my boarding pass on my phone and no luggage to check, ...
... if you wanted. There were so many religious shops selling everything religious you can think of right next to each other. There would have had to be about 100 of them in Lourdes. We also saw so many priests and nuns in full outfits strolling around. Prayers, masses, rosary and confession go all day every day. You can buy candles that are 2m high to put at the alters. Back on the train to Paris and our ...
... see the photos. We were right on the finish having arrived at 10.30 and the riders arrived about 4.00 but something was happening all the time, just as we'll in temperatures approaching 30. It was great to see Chris and Clare and see how much he had done but sadly not to see his condition and the true cost of his project. I'll let Sue say a few words and hopefully you'll have a couple more words from me before home (I can feel Marps yawning). ...