Hotel Angelic - Myriam
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... The only expense was to pay for candles you could light at various stages. Not a souvenir shop in sight. So..... We went to each place in turn. First, the dark and somber upper Basilica(of the Immaculate Conception). The clock in the the tower plays "Ave Maria" on the hour. Then the crypt, with walls lined with marble plaques enumerating thanks for favours received, we assumed. Then the beautiful Rosary Basilica. ...
... on the motorway. Probably a desperate, and ultimately successful, attempt at euthanasia before the last of their habitat was paved over or eaten
out by sheep. And like Europe there is so little public space. There is virtually nowhere to go
to get away and reflect, fish, camp, enjoy the natural environment, etc. Some *******’s own everything, and the hapless general public has no access to any of it, unless you can afford to pay for it that is!
... no internet!
We are gradually getting on top of things again and Stefan
is now continuing with the Bergerie renovation. Even the dishwasher has been
repaired along with the broken window in No.2 and when my sister turned up, we
will also had a replacement light for downstairs.
It has been a weird season; the weather has been very mixed
and it is as if France has been abandoned and the lights turned ...
... group of compadres, Dave went first, followed by Terry, me and then Paul. All the others were much faster and would come later. The start was actually more ceremonial than anything as the timing mat was about a kilometre up the road to neutralize the effect of traffic in town.
We lined up with our bikes. Climbed up on to the stage. There were a couple of guys in front of me. Then it was my turn. “Andy from Canada. Bonne chance Andy!” Go! Descended the ...
I haven't come this far to not get a better view of the Pyrenees Mountains which I see in great detail during each year's Tour de France. Lourdes rests at the base of this great mountain range. To get a 360 degree view I needed to reach the summit of Le Pic de Jer. The city bus transported me to the funicular which would then ascend the mountain. Now I've been on a few gondolas etc but this was unlike anything I'd seen before . . . just get ...