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... then drove the 6 kms into Oloron Ste. Marie where we will do most of our shopping, it was gorgeous, green and a pretty town, we are quite excited. We then drove like stink to find a place for lunch before the 2pm cutoff, it was great, a salad for lunch! Back on the road again, we drove through the fabulous vineyards of Bordeaux, it seemed endless, we were struggling ...
... 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 ...
... a walk down to see the pilgrimage to the Grotte where people were filling there bottles with the water and being blessed. There were many souvenir shops all a bit much
At 9pm there is a massive gathering of 1000's that come here lookin for a miracle they march around singing ?
We cross into Spain tomorrow for a bit warmer weather as this the mountains Pyrenees
... 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 ...
... procession. Jaw dropping, we had been told it was but in reality it was unbelievable. There must have been just shy of 10,000 in the procession and another 1000+ watching. People just kept coming. Most carried lighted candles - there would have been 1000 in chairs or beds and they were wheeled into the centre once they had participated in the kilometre long walk. Others filled up down the sides while the walkers at the rear of the crowd came into the ...