Parador De Vielha
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... glass of beer and - jarra - for a larger glass (though the j is Spanish is pronounced as a phlegmatic H rather than the usual English and softer j.) I asked for the jarra and quietly told his retreating form to "Hurry" in an equally phlegmatic way.
We later returned to the bustling venue for a late meal as is the custom in this country. The joint was buzzing but the only popping tonight was the extraction of cork from the many bottles of vino disappearing all around ...
... the hotal and return the hire car . Thank god because there is just no parking in this city .The metro is super efficient which makes life easy. The hotel is right on the beach , that is probably not of much benefit to me as I'm indoors for the next 3 days at the conference , but the views are pleasant. Next blog will be a ...
... This was the kick at the end of the day because it was slightly up hill and when you are at the end of a long day it is really tough, physically and psychologically. 162km, 2550m of ascent.
But here we are, fed, watered and having had a bit of nap. Time to scout out a restaurant. The brasserie Cafe de la Paix gets good review. Then I need as much sleep as I can get. Tomorrow will be a tough one that includes the Tormalet - the giant of the Pyrenees.
... to see and photograph, but we managed to endanger life and limb to get a few pictures. The village of Aulus is fairly nice but does not seem to live up to the build up a few different people over the last few days have given it. However, the gite is nice and clean and we spent a nice hour or so drinking wine and beer (and eating olives soaked in rosemary) under a shady tree at the local pub. Stats: Distance: 18 km Total ascent: 1030 meters Total descent: 920 meters Kathy and ...
... leading to the Col the la Core, the only mountain pass on our trail today. It involved quite a bit more climbing and mudholes, but in the end we reached it. As there is a road to it we found a lot of people there had already taken the few picnic tables so we did what we normally do and sat on a grassy patch and ate our pique nique that we had brought from last night's gite. After that it was just a matter ...