Hotel Auberge du Haut Salat
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... be with a van.
In complete contrast to Andorra, I have now come to what has been the most beautiful natural area I have seen so far in my life. Thanks indeed to Holly for it was she who gave me the guide book in which I found it. It’s called the (are you ready for it..) Parc Nacional D’Aiguestortes I Estany de Sant Maurici. It’s in Catalonia and fairly central in the Pyrenees and it is an absolute gem. No traffic, not even mountain bikes ...
... since the road had been completely washed out. He added, that we should have paid attention to the sign at the bottom of the hill.... We texted everyone else to take the direct route on an un-nice N road, and turned around and started down. Part way down we met Mark on his way up who was not impressed with this turn of events, then after we got on the N road we met Steve and Gilles who were in a ...
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I suppose if I'd thought about it, we were always very likely to run into issues with road construction on this trip and it finally happened today.
It was yet another hot, sunny day. Departing from the very pleasant Hostellerie de la Poste in Oust fashionable late as usual, Dave, Linda and I made our way south to Pont de la Taule and along the pretty Vallee d'Ostou for the climb to Col de Latrape. We ...
... by roadside streams.
It was on the way to the Pas de Souloumbrie just past Arnave (where another sign announced that the road was closed) that I came upon two riders who had opted to forego some of the earlier climbs, and who told me that a woman they had spoken to had told them that this time the road was indeed impassable - blocked by a landslide. Being a stubborn sort who is ...
... But when he reached the top, he just kept going(!). So Linda and I quickly snapped photos of each other at the sign and headed down. A few kilometres later, Dave was pulled over at a small roadside waterfall with his shoes off, cooling down.
It was a tricky descent on account of many patches of loose gravel from road repair. (Later this evening, I found out that the Tour is headed over Col de la Core next month, so that explains ...