Premiere Classe Tarbes - Bastillac
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Another day of adventure! We started the day slowly then went down to the river Aspe, about 4 kilometres from us, to meet our timing for the white water rafting trip. We had to be rigged up in wetsuits, lifejackets and helmets, oh what a sight! After a briefing by Sebastian we entered the water for our 7 kilometre journey, it was so much ...
This little tourist train is billed as the highest train line in Europe. It is an hour from us up the valley from Pau to Spain and you get up to the embarcation point by cablecar. The little carriages on a 500 mm gauge track run 10 km along the mountainside at 2000m elevation to the head of the valley where there is an ...
Our hosts arranged for lunch at a guesthouse restaurant called Toison D'Or (Golden Fleece) in a little settlement with marvellous views. The set meal chosen was great with gaspacho with trimmings to add in, spatchcock with salad, cheese, tarte au pommes, red Spanish wine and coffee. All this was served by a gracious lady host, chef and owner while falcons and eagles soared in front and below. A few detours to steep valley towns and home at ...
Meg needed to collect a ring after repair in a jeweller in Pau, so we sought out a bar to watch the rugby game. Finding a bar where it was to be shown after a 3 hr delay we had time to shop and have a long lunch of chateaubriand sauce béarnais with potatoes and peas with a 2012 graves. Returning to the bar we were relieved then excited to see the wallabies win with a newfound strength in the forwards. A very good ...
After our sleepin Anna our hostess gave Laurie a haircut while we watched Chris working hard clearing overgrown brambles. We had coffee together then we rested in front of King Henry VIII in the series called 'the Tudors'. If my history classes were so ...