Hotel du Val d'Aure
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... ll even guide you, its that good.
The weather today (Nov4th) is wet so we have stayed two nights in Lourdes, a town which leaves us cold, metaphorically speaking. Tomorrow we head to Bruce in Berson, and then St Malo for the ferry to Portsmouth, the following day, about 800 kms all up. The temperature was 4 degrees today. Since leaving Morocco a fortnight ago, the daily maximum has dropped from 42 to 4. We found things a bit cold. Leaving ...
... little barn is finished outside and Stef has begun to fit the inside out. He is making some stairs up to the mezzanine level and then we can have a jolly good sort out both in the shed and the barn so Stefan ( and I) can find things. He is the most untidiest person I have ever met!! Work ceased for a week last week as he secured a contract in Mexico to survey for a Hover Barge for a gold mining company. Peru, Brazil and Papua New Guinea may also be on the ...
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 ...
Caught the train to Lourdes. It is six hours from Paris but we had been looking forward to seeing the grotto where Bernadette saw the Virgin Mary. The basilica is magnificent. Lourdes is picture postcard. It is tranquil and the river runs through the town. There is a fort high up on ...
... a short descent of about 500m in the middle. The first part was 560m of ascent over 6.4km - so an average of nearly 10%. The last part was about 300m over 6 km. We hadn’t looked closely at the profile of this climb and it came as a shock when we were confronted with a 10% average, this late in the day, with sustained sections of 12% or more! Plus it was hot. We all agreed later that this was probably the toughest climb of the race, mainly because it was a ...