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Whilst friends enjoy the first day opening of some resorts in the Alps and Americans struggle to get out of their homes, I am walking each day in shirt-sleeves and temperatures of 21 degrees. We did have some snow at the beginning of last week and the resort began to take on the feel of a new season, however it all changed by midweek and the forecast is for rain next week. Didn't open the resort yesterday as planned and with less than ...
... t magical enough it was also in the low to mid 20’s……perfect! We were adamant that we were going to find the snow so carried on through more woodland before we arrived at the most spectacular close up view of the snowy peaks that we had seen from our site…….it was then that we realised that there was no way we were going to get any where near the snow today. We were both on a real high as we made our way back down the mountain and ...
... 10 staff, when I am approached by a very helpful, but communicatively challenged assistant. "What are you looking for?" becomes "Qué busca?" "No thanks I'm on a moto, I don't need the bus stop!" "Qué?" "Yes its in the room. Look, I need some......",now the charades start again. I am reminded of a joke where a fellow goes to Wrightsons to buy the same thing and comes away with the lawn mower, because the sales rep convinced him the he might as well ...
... by approximately 45,000 pilgrims.
Today Lourdes has a population of around 15,000, but it is able to take in some 5,000,000 pilgrims and tourists every season. With about 270 hotels, Lourdes has the second greatest number of hotels per square kilometre in France after Paris. Some of the deluxe hotels like Grand Hotel Moderne, Hotel Grand de la Grotte, Hotel St. Etienne, Hotel Majestic and Hotel ...
... either on the low path or the high path that climbs a nearby hill. I chose the high path and saw depictions of the stations never seen before. Rather than just a plaque of the event, large sculptures of the people are placed instead at each station. Quite stunning and special.
The basilica itself is not razzle dazzle at all, but the quiet inside is strong, as only the heat lamps are heard. There's not too much you might take pictures of like other churches ...