Hôtel De La Vallée
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHôtel De La Vallée Lourdes
Rooms we're clean. Proprietor and staff could speak English and we're helpful for directions and things to see.Continental breakfast for 9.00€.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hôtel De La Vallée Lourdes
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Lourdes is a beautiful European City that essentially comprises 2 attractions; the old city and the the sanctuary. Upon arrival on the 22nd I spent time discovering the old city, the narrow, winding, short short street and the long name changing streets. Let me admit it was easy to get lost. There are an abundance of hotels restaurants, and shops …
... tasty despite the pangs of uncertainty (but pigs ears it wasn't). By days end, we'd returned briefly to a northern bearing heading back in the direction of France though we soon turned to the west just after passing though another seemingly inevitably small and delightful village of Bielsa. We then travelled 14 km along the floor of a valley with impossibly steep mountains on either side and seemingly heading towards an equally impressive and impassable ...
... by a folk choir, belonged to Liam Lawson's Glendalough Mass. I am currently reading his book, and having been to Glendalough and heard these parts before loved the coincidence.
i was going to stay for tonight's candle procession bit I am desperate or a decent meal and a rest. Oh, how I dream of roast pork, baked vegies and thick gravy. A really long day travelling tomorrow. Back to Paris and then onto Rouen - nearly eight hours in a train.
... praying the rosary aloud and reading scripture . . . I've not seen anything quite like it!
The candle procession was quite breathtaking. Thousands of people praying the rosary, holding candles, processing behind a statue of Our Lady in a glass case being held aloft. Everyone was singing . . . I think it was a Latin Ava Maria. As they sang Ave Maria, they held their candles aloft. It was very powerful. Once again, the reverence and ...
... only really for bragging rights and in essence, the experience will not be forgotten - suffering and satisfaction!
Tomorrow, we go back up the Col de Tormalet but from this side - and in a time trial. What this means is that we set off at 30 sec intervals from Luz St Saveur and go as fast as we can to the top. Should be interesting on the fifth day of this event……
Encore - a ...