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... WAS BEAUTIFUL,BUT SIMPLE, AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION. (TIME OF THE YEAR) SO THERE IS SO MUCH TO SEE I DON'T THINK YOU COULD SEE HALF IN A LIFE TIME. SO THERE ARE A FEW PICTURES TO GO WITH THE DAY, BUT REMEMBER IT WAS RAINING . BUT I MET A DELIGHTFUL COUPLE AT A RESTAURANT WHEN I WENT IN FOR A COFFEE. THEY WERE FROM DETROIT,MI. MARRIED 46 years AND VERY SWEET PEOPLE. WE SHARED STORIES AND THEY THOUGHT I WAS BRAVE ,!! Ha IT IS LATE SO UNTIL TOMORROW. REMEMBER GOD LOVES YOU!!! ...
... FROM THE LOCKER AND MOVE ON TO San Sabastion, and next is FRANCE..I think...... I Have to figure out where I can get the SIM card for France so I am on the Hunt today. So I hope you enjoy the pictures, this was a life time desire, to go here and climb that hill, so thanks Harry for your support in making this happen.....love ...
... hope; and on the other hand, because humanity thirsts after illusions. In a word, it is the story of the foundation of all religions.”
--Emile Zola, “The Three Cities Trilogy: Lourdes, Rome, Paris”
I have also been reading an account of the French annual pilgrimage as it existed in 1908—just a little before the Great War—by the Very Reverend Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, who describes the huge march by close to 80,000 ...
... 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 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 ...