Hotel Des Lacs D'Halco
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... just off the highway. Jacqui had a drive while I haa small nap before deciding to change again and go into Pau which is a nice city and quite large. Strolled around relaxing and taking photo's eating a Chocolat eclair and an expresso. Hit the road at 5.00pm amidst the end of the week rush hr traffic. Back on the highway and another hr saw us arrive in Bayonne. ...
... where it is all walking streets. We had a fantastic evening with them and their friends, champagne, homemade pizza, a delicious meal, wine from Ananise's fathers vineyard - it was exceptional, oh and of course CHEESE - the best of France from THEIR region!!!! Francois & Ananise are coming to New Zealand in December for 3 weeks so I was able to advise them on some great things to do and hopefully they will come to the Hawkes Bay and visit us. Another late night!!
Bikes are packed and we have breakfast at 8:00am. Then we rolled out about 10:15 enroute to Bergerac for the individual time trial. We drove towards Pau then turned north to Bergerac. We arrived at the start of the TT, we walked through the team buses looking at the TT bikes, you could get us really close to the teams. We watched a few roll out the start gate then Pete and I grabbed a baguette and decided to try and get on TV. We positioned ourselves on the start straight at a slight ...
... 56835; Our evening stroll was very interesting. We followed the winding streets to the chateau and discovered that Pau was the ruling city of the Kingdom of Navarre, home to Henri IV, King of Navarre and later of the whole of France. Checking out the menus of the numerous restaurants around the chateau, we settled on one at a reasonable price. It turned out that the restaurant was called Henri IV, and above the name was an image of the ...
... endured huge days without villages and on one occasion limped into Momy and Anoye, both annoyed (we had missed another turn!) and wishing there was a Mummy there with some salve for sore feet! Getting up to 30 kilometres that day!
We were slowly getting there and a spectacular view from a church just beyond Pau allowed us to take in what was next in store … Somport and the mountains!