Hotel Club du Soleil Les Bergers
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... back on N85, into the city.
(My descending today sucked.)
Mark was already at the hotel but he was the only one who got there before we did. Steve took us to the garage to store our bikes. After a hot shower and a nap, I hit the streets to check out the neighbourhood. I didn't find too much, really, except a bike shop selling some pretty fancy Wilier machines, a can of 1664 beer and a bag of potato chips, and Dave & Linda hanging out at a ...
... started out with the expectation of rain and cold, and during the course of the day we saw a little of everything except snow--it did get cool enough to see our breath. The first part of the ride was up the Col d'Ornon which involved climbing from about 700 m to 1367 m over the course of about 15 km. Thankfully it was not as tough a climb as yesterday, but a number of us were pretty beat, so it felt tough. We had a wonderful descent ...
... red light I encountered while still descending into town.
Nevertheless I arrived at the hotel dry and unscathed, only minutes ahead of both the rain and the van, which was pretty good timing indeed.
The others, I am sad to report, once again did not fare as well, but at least no one encountered the hail that had preceded our arrival. And if the forecast holds true, this should the last of the wet weather, at least for a wile.
... to explain to Lynda & Lucy what he had said! I managed to get the basics across I think, but it made me more determined to remember or practise more! The demo was good though, tasting the ingredients along the way. We tasted and bought some other chess to eat later.
By the time it finished about and hour and 1/2 later, we just caught the last song of the Gospel session, which was apparently amazing... but we couldn't do ...
... start at 6pm. It had been raining off & on all afternoon, so the music had been moved inside to a smaller space, quite cosy, much to our pleasure after freezing the night before! We had come more prepared with winter woolies layered, but were glad of the new venue.
Lynda & Lucy bought the meal available but I wasn't hungry, the big lunch baguette had filled me up. I had a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed