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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from St.-Girons
... be a separate country. The bad news is I still don’t know anything about it. I went there alright but after 2 hours of traffic madness in 34 degree heat and finding absolutely nowhere to park the van my stress levels were near critical so I gave up and drove back out. They actually have border crossings too which is the first time I’ve encountered that on this trip. I managed to try and drive off before I should have coming back into Spain which resulted ...
... This time no shower was required at the end because if you did then all the healing properties of the spa would be ruined. So we left the spa, feeling refreshed, lighter and healthier but halfway home my knee started to hurt again. As we were going home we met up with birthday girl who insisted we take the gondola to the top of a mountain overlooking Luchon. This gongola is usually a chairlift for skiers in the winter and as ...
... must have seemed odd to have been awakened at 5:30 by crowd noise and music blaring over a PA system, but that's what happened to most people (I was given a reprieve until 7Am or so because I had earplugs in). It turned out there was a running race that started right outside our hotel, and as the day wore on it became evident why they commenced so early: today was a scorcher, so much so that I ...
This entry by Tom.
There was a ruckus outside our hotel room window starting at about 6:30am--music, someone announcing...something. What could possibly be going on that early on a Sunday morning? Trail running races. The start/finish arch, clock and announcer's booth was right at our hotel's front door.
This being Spain, breakfast didn't start until 8:00am and that was even 15 minutes than their usual time; we asked them ...
... minutes later; they somehow crossed the river when they shouldn't have. After a few minutes of studying the maps and trying to figure out the road signs, we were all on our way again.
The terrain on the extra loop out to Col de Palomieres reminded me a lot of the Jura--narrow roads witih a very remote feel up and around a small valley. Didn't see a car for about an hour, and in the end I saw more people on bikes than behind the ...