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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... and it’s stunning. Hopefully the pictures will give you a flavour. I got as high as 1940m today climbing towards a pass at 2400m.The peak above it, Pic de Peguera, is 2980m high. That’s 9,770 feet. My poor little legs have done some work over the last 2 days and the soles of my feet are rather tender. I haven’t really done much proper Alpine hiking before and I guess I was forced into it by not being able to use the bike but the terrain was too ...
... onto the route we were to climb we saw a sign saying road closed in 900 metres. We cycled the 900 and found nothing so kept going into a fairly steep climb. Just before reaching the top at 900 metres we met a guy erecting a sign which prohibited cyclists or walkers. Since he had not yet put the sign up, I asked him if he could look the other way, and we would go through, to which he replied that it ...
... col of the day, Port de Lers. We stopped to reload at a small cafe/bar located at the low point between these two cols at the junction of D8 ad D18--no idea how this place is even here, let alone open although we did see a tour bus--before we hit a wrinkle.
There was a sign announcing a road closure at or just past the top of Port de Lers. This was only moderately disconserting, though. We've see road closures before and more ...
... of walking through rubble (especially if it means not having to give back the elevation I had worked so hard to achieve) I pressed on and shortly encountered another of our group, who was of a similar mindset. He informed me that he had been barred from continuing by an official on site, so we all descended and returned to Tarascon-sur-Ariege to ride the busy, if flatter, N20 road to ...
... top there was a spring providing cold, drinkable water--nice! So we stopped, reloaded, did the usual photos and continued on.
I don't exactly remember the name of the town where we found a small, quiet bar that was actually open where we sat down to some sandwiches and a salad, but it seemed to me that we were even more lucky than usual to find a place open between noon and 2pm with it being Sunday. Now refuelled, we were good to ...