Hotel Dos Rios Ainsa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... I'm sure there aren't too many people that lives here anyway, at most probably 100). I walked around the town within 15 minutes, one interesting thing is that, out of all 4 of the towns that I've passed by, all of them have a playground for kids (both soccer and basketball) and a church. I didn't know that Spanish people are "that" religious ...
However, it was not all in vain. Since it was a not so popular national park ( didn't want to go to places that everyone wanted to go), there weren't too many people/cars around. That's good news for me, I was able to get in some extra time to practice my horrible driving skill, try getting into 1st gear on a hill, try to smoothly get into the 1st and shifting gears on sharp corners. It was actually a lot of fun (because there were no people around).
... at the pass had the wrong name on it! Mulling this over in our mind we realised we had not seen any trailmarkers for quite a long time...!!! Looking at the map we realised that the herd instinct had caused us to follow people in the wrong direction and we were now one pass further east from where we should have been. There was no easy fix either, no roads, no house, no village of any kind. The day was going to be long! While ...
We were on our way to Gedre, which is on the way to Gavarnie where we were yesterday, at 7:45 am this morning and we found a place for breakfast once we got there. We did the Cirque de Troumouse hike, which is a 3-4 hour hike near Gedre, but we took our time enjoying the scenery and spending time at the top walking on the snow, watching the cows and sheep, and exploring many of the little trails. In total we took 6 hours and finished at 4:00 pm. It was a very ...
... noticeable features as you approach this area is the Grande Cascade, a large waterfall visible from many miles away. I was surprised when we got out of the car just how cold it was. The forecast was for a hot day, but the sun had not made it over the mountains yet. We had not had breakfast, so we walked around the small village of Gavarnie to find a place to eat. Surprisingly, we could not find anything open. Finally, off one the streets we noticed a place ...