Hotel De La Poste- Font-Romeu
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... mountains and then plunged into an incredibly deep gorge with cliffs rising up on both sides, there were plenty of tunnels and every time you emerged the view was different. Then suddenly there was a lake and right beside it my next site which I was really looking forward to visiting because it's restaurant had a good reputation.
When I checked in, the receptionist noted that my motorhome wasn't very large which rather surprised me because it feels big ...
... something that sounded fine -has a kitchen! - and we continued to plot towards there.
Thought we'd be in the foothills. No way Josť - it was IN the Pyrenees! Spent the day mostly between 1300M and 2000M - that's in the air and dizzying made more so by endless switchbacks up and down the mountains! Twisting like we haven't twisted and I have no idea how many tunnels through the mountains but man oh man it was scenery ...
... road, a squashed Adder and a lot of trees until I broke out a few miles later at the top! Le Tour De France has never been this way and never will. Its a dead end and It's all mine! The descent was dangerous and almost impossible on my touring bike with limited breaking powers, a buckled wheel from a few days ago and a wobbly head set, but I didn't care. I was Queen of the mountain for a very short hour. Clive welcomed me home with a chicken curry and an ice cold ...
... all sorted so we could shower. Very important! !
In cafe now trying 2.50 pint for research purposes.
The frontier with Spain is just at edge of Andorra la vella and its a long way to Spanish coast up and down many mountains. You would want good brakes and not be scared of sheer drops at edge of road.
It must be beautiful during skiing season but I would recommend it in Summer too they have a lot of building crammed into gaps between the hills. ...
... We took off the next morning for touristing and our ever helpful hostess didn't alert us to the fact that it was a public holiday and more places would be closed. The first cathar castle was a bit more ruined than I remembered it in the literature but it was almost 1000 years old and after climbing what was the equivalent of 30 flights of stairs we thought we would still take a look around. The next two castles were also ruins and also appeared to have ...