BEST WESTERN Hotel Christina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... onto the 260. This is such a great road and its Sunday, theres no-one around. Through Campo then right on the 260 to Ainsa to a very nice Hotel for €45. Huge thunder storm this evening. Brilliant, just hope it passes by the morning.
YUP IT PASSED. 3rd November. West and north on the N260, then north on the A136 into the Pyrenees. While cold today, it has been a great day riding. The N260 covers about 700kms, and we have covered most ...
... stags have just finished rutting too – what an eerie noise that is as it echoes across the valley. Clyde and Dodge continue to catch and eat the ‘rat moles’ that burrow in the field and we have a big wild fruit crop again; rose hips, sloes, holly berries and blackberries. Is this a sign? Not sure, but I have a funny feeling about this winter…..Meanwhile, I’ll continue to enjoy the 27 degrees I am currently writing this in.
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 ...
... looking down on the town and the basilica is built on top of the grotto. We met a lovely lady named Mary Irwin from Brisbane. She also works for a school looking after after-school care at St Bernadette's at Redcliffe. We spent the entire time with Mary and found we had a lot in ...
... stronger than others and some of us started falling back on the hills, partly because of fatigue and partly trying to conserve energy for the Col d’Ahusquy. Dave was feeling that our pace was a little fast for him. We kept on slowing and bringing him back to the group but eventually he told us to go on and he would continue at his own pace.
Thus we made it to the final climb, nearly five and half hours into the ride. This was actually two climbs in ...