Hotel De La Poste- Font-Romeu
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We left this morning on time from The Midi Pyrènèes and now headed for 'the' Pyrènèes! About 300km but we knew the last part of the roads would be windy and slower so we gave ourselves 5hrs for the trip. The Motorway through Toulouse and down to Tarascon was fast and efficient. We stopped their for lunch as it was a beautiful town right between the cliffs at the start or the Pyrènèes. After lunch ...
... and Parliament buildings are located. This area had a very quaint charm, with the traditional stone brick buildings and cobbled streets. Even though this was 2015, you could see that much of this area is exactly how it would have been hundreds of years ago.
After witnessing the old part of the town, I then headed down towards the newer part of the city, which is ...
I know - I have been very slack. I have meant to post some news but I don't know - the time flies and I guess I am still assessing the situation here.
My old school friend Caroline and I took 2 days to get here. We stopped on the way at Les Baux de Provence (a medieval village perched on a hilltop), Sete (an old fishing town renowned for fresh fish and oysters) and Carcassonne (another medieval town). We had a great 'Thelma and Louise' trip with lots of laughs. ...
... of sculptures, carvings, fabrics and liturgical ornaments from the 10th to the 18th century. The key piece is the book of Beatus which is believed to have been created in about the year 786 and depicts the book of revelations in particular the Apocalypse. It was quite impressive to see the drawings and the bright colours that have lasted so long. We all got a very small feel of Spain and all think that we need to return and explore this country in ...
... kids their own age and both Kate and Roy said they had an excellent time. Another first was playing tiggy on concrete, 'are we allowed to run on cement?' they asked Karine. They felt silly when they looked around the school and saw that there was no grass! At the school they all met a real Nun! Sister Marie-Claude who is 85 years of age and though no longer teaches full time goes in each day and helps the other teachers in the ...