Hotel Du Gabizos
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Saturday did not look like it promised much at first glance. The bitter cold rain from the night before left a fog that surrounded us all morning. Charlotte, her sister, boyfriend and I packed our bags and squished into the car. We embarked on our two hour ride to the Pyrénées, the land of breathtaking mountains, snow, and world-famous horses and horseback riders competing that weekend.
The compact (and compacted) car sludged its way through the mud that was supposed to be ...
Charlotte and I were allowed to leave the clinic early on thursday to attend a lecture (slash marketing promotion for vets) on Cushings Disease in Horses. Despite having this privilege we were still late for the conference.
My iPhone's GPS stopped working (looks like the AT&T staff did not keep their promise... again) and Charlotte's GPS is so old that it did not recognize newly constructed roads and thus directed us ...
... and planned to do the Col du Tourmalet the next day. We had a great evening together; his English was very good and as a professor of maths, he had visited the UK several times. Of course, as always we got on to politics and he quite vehemently condemned Putin and said he had protested several times against his government. I am still looking over my shoulder. He couldn’t thank us enough when he left and he later sent a couple of photos taken on his 35mm camera. ...
D'Espot, nous nous rendons vers un autre joli petit village alpin : Torla. (presque comme « maudit Torla! ») Situé dans la province de l’Aragon, ce village est au pied d’un autre parc national, le Parque Nacional de Ordesa i Monte Perdido. Le matin venu, c’est le désespoir! Pour la première fois du voyage, nous avons droit à de la pluie… et en plus, on ne voit pas le sommet des montagnes! *****! Y a pas ...
Having left Sharon & Alan to get on with their packing we arrived at Camping Soeil du Pibeste in Agos-Vidalos which is a small village 6kms south of Lourdes.
The site has slowly been emptying since we arrived (that doesn't sound too good!) and there are now 2 units left on site. It’s a peaceful site nestling in a valley of the Pyrenees. The view from our caravan is wonderful and we have decided that the big birds soaring ...
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