- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Cotiella Campo
good room, great view and at E54 per night is great value in the off season
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Today was our Tour Leaders birthday - 28 - and she celebrated by taking Sue and I, and one of the other girls in our group, Kristin, on a hike through the Pyranees. We set off up a very steep track leading up from the Luchon Cemetary and for the next one hour and a half it was straight up. It was a very hot day and it wasn't long before our clothes were saturated with perspiration and our water bottles were fast approaching empty.
... If another car came the other way we both stopped and my stomach clenched as we squeezed past as below me were vertical drops into the river. Thank goodness this was only for the last 50 km of our journey but it has made me change my route for tomorrow as the same path onwards to Barcelona looks even more challenging. The river was a deep emerald blue and we came to a lake that was ...
... it was a Saturday morning after all.
After circling back to Bageres and heading south on the regular route towards Ste-Marie-de-Campan the roads became practically infested with cyclists. The large clubs, riding in groups of nearly two dozen all dressed in matching kits and looking fit and fast on fancy machines were very impressive.
The climb to Col d'Aspin was acually very pleasant. Only about 10 km long with modest grades, plus ...
We leave Bilbao this morning heading to the Pyrenees region to Bielsa where we will be staying in the Parador de Bielsa. In route we stop in Pamplona known for its annual " Enciero" or running of the Bulls tradition. Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises" helped publicize a practice that begun in the 16th century of running Bulls the half-mile from Pamplona's corral to is bullfighting ring. Upon arriving ...
... the position of the town on a cliff or in the loop of a river. Little fiefdoms all over the place.
Before long the snow capped top of the Pyrenees came into view and, as in the past trip, we came across lone cyclists battling their bodies and the steep winding roads. Bend after bend provides another impossibly beautiful panorama, so I guess that would take away the pain in the legs a little bit.