- Adjoining Rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... of you unfamiliar with Catholic doctrine, the concept is that Mary, although biologically conceived, was kept free of the taint of Original Sin through unique divine action. That doctrine, although quite old in Christianity—it is mentioned as early as the fifth century in some texts—was not made Catholic dogma until 1854 when a papal bull by Pope Pius IX proclaimed it, interestingly just four years before Bernadette’s vision.
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... on the ground outside the motel door, and the chicken and yoghurt inside the door overnight was as effective as a fridge, which the room did not have. This morning we rose to a clearing sky, and a balmy 12 degrees. Even the locals reacted to the cold snap, as we found when we took the cover off the bike. The seat, rear tyre, and tank up around the steering head, were covered in cat hair and footprints. Our nice warm machine had played host to at least ...
... never know what could go wrong until you are actually there. From the bus we had some beautiful last views of the Norwegian countryside, and there were other people with suitcases heading to the airport so we weren't worried about missing the stop. We even successfully spent all of the Norwegian Krone, with just a few leftover to keep as souvenirs. I continued my tradition of getting searched at security. Despite only having a book, a sleeping bag, ...
The grotto was beautiful. The rock walls were freezing to the touch. But there was a sense of tranquility as we sat and prayed. Cherry and I walked the mountain to see the Stations of the Cross and drank the Holy Water from the Grotto. There were lots of people waiting to go into the baths but you weren't allowed to watch. We purchased little bottles to take some Holy Water home but you could buy 5 ...
The forecast looked pretty grim for Stage 6 from Argelès-Gazost to Pau in the heart of Pyrenean cycling territory. Showers, fog, poor visibility and cooler temperatures. And it was pretty bad. We had 101km to cover, with initially 85km timed, but given the conditions the entire descent of Aubisque was neutralised as visibility was less than 50m in some spots. We ended up with less than 60km of timed racing, but the stage ...