Hotel Chalet Saint Louis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... de naranja zuma (aka orange juice), incredibly strong and thick coffee and a plate with a dry piece of lukewarm toasted bun and something akin to a mix of croissant and doughnut, plus servings of butter and jam. We weren't sure if this was the end of the process or simply the start of an extended meal so it was with some uncertainty, that we left before he regaled us with some other culinary delight (while I usually a big fan of the big breaky, I am preferring ...
... body is buried at Nevers, where she spent the last years of her life in the monastary.
I spent a little time watching the Procession for the Sick before attending mass at the Chapel of St Bernadette. This is only a fairly recent addition to the sanctuary area being built in ??? The mass was celebrated in English by an Irish priest. It was a lovely celebration full of ritual and meaning . . . maybe the English helped. Amazingly, the parts of the mass, ...
... many carrying candles. I sat in a seat overlooking the grotto watching the ever growing line of people processing through the cave like area, venerating the grotto where Bernadette had her 18 apparitions of Our Lady.
Such a large crowd all gathered, in a shared belief . . . I was perhaps a little wanting . . . the public outpouring of faith and prayer has never been an area of comfort for me. People were on their knees in the middle of ...
... located here.
I came here on a pilgrimage with a group from my mothers (catholic) school about forty four years ago ( when I was about 14).
Nevermind about that, today we did some of the giants of the Pyrenees. We started out of Bagneres de Luchon strait on to the Col de Peyresourde in the cool of the early morning. (But not as cold as yesterday). I was riding with Terry. Dave wanted to take it easy ...
The Big Event! My first edition! The day started with a lot of clouds and fog hanging low between the mountains but that couldn't effect us as we were ready for The Mountain! I started at 8.55 am and after 1h55min (one stop for drinks and food included) I arrived at the top of the Col de ...