Hotel Pradas Ordesa
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... such a homage to his work and soooooo prolific. Was great to see and wonderful start to Barcelona for the next 5 nights. Drive down from Pyrenees through more snow fields and huge mountain sides, narrow roads with hairpin turns went on for 20ks nonstop. Staying at a very quirky hotel tonight just down from Dali musuem, photos will follow later but sleeping with an elephant, not nick, tonight and also a clown outside our ...
... steep - or didn’t seem that way as we paced ourselves for what we knew would be a long day. There was a gentle descent and then a further climb along a narrow road perched on the side of a cliff before rising snakelike through the alpine to the summit of the Col D’Aubisque. Stunning.
As with most of the cols, there was an aid station at the top with food and drink but we didn’t hang around here too long as we were shocked when Fergus, ...
... roads, depressing (even in summer), pay and park everywhere, and I believe there is even a **** tax these days. The place is just covered with litter with
roadsides, car parks, public places generally, needing cleaning. And those bloody hedgerows on rural roads. You get no view of the country side you are driving through. I could go on!!!
If you enjoy seeing the odd example of native fauna like we do, you will be disappointed. The only wildlife we saw ...
... foie gras, pate and sausage, the owner looking a little perturbed - and with a gallic inflection - that access to his shop was blocked. Because in the middle of the square was a very large truck, one side of which was open to effect a stage, and from this descended a ramp into a corridor of portable railings and ‘Haute Route’ flags just like one sees in the Tour de France. Music was blaring from large loudspeakers set up at the edge of the stage and ...
... village. Whereas, Villanua was quite modern, Canfranc had a much older feel with a multitude of buildings all constructed to survive the winter alpine conditions. Though today was another classic summers day with blue skies.
The Canfranc station is most impressive extending for maybe 400 metres and has about three of four stories. It seemed to be in hibernation but I am wondering if in winter, travellers (who may in fact use the train service) arrive at the destination ...