Le Castelet Hotel
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... and in the tree next to my motorhome is a nest with four young thrushes. In the distance a cuckoo is calling and if I look up I can see the snow clad mountains. The icing on the cake is that it is even warm enough to sit outside in shorts. So I am thoroughly content. Unfortunately Treacle is not quite so content as she is not getting exercise and in her boredom she has chewed her way thorough the hose pipe that forms part of the site irrigation system - how embarrassing.
... all sorted so we could shower. Very important! !
In cafe now trying 2.50 pint for research purposes.
The frontier with Spain is just at edge of Andorra la vella and its a long way to Spanish coast up and down many mountains. You would want good brakes and not be scared of sheer drops at edge of road.
It must be beautiful during skiing season but I would recommend it in Summer too they have a lot of building crammed into gaps between the hills. ...
We intend staying a while despite the French Romany community moving into our local Aire today. We have the best pitch though (we moved 5 mins earlier) and they're pretty harmless and friendly. The cycling is just brilliant. Beautiful valley's with just the odd farm and Stack loads of tiny lanes and mini Cols to explore. MIDI Pyrenees is a great area. With the most amazing back drop of the snow capped Pyrenees mountains. Clive today has ...
... pass and then a closed road and then to another un-passable pass. Eventually we got to the B&B and were shown to our attic room with mountain views. The hostess advised if I stood on the bed and looked out the skylight I could see the mountains! Next thing was that in only about one third of the room was it possible to stand upright. Pat and I both hit the ceiling a few times. For other reasons as well this had one the title of worst accommodation ...
... cast shadows onto the dark rock, and I suddenly felt captivated by the barren views. I also was aware how much better I was with heights. We scattered some ashes, and the wind blew them back into my hair and they clung to my sweaty shirt.
Merens is at 1050m so we had quite a descent lined up. The earlier boulder-hopping was awful for my foot and so I wasn't looking forward to a 1400m descent. After an Ibuprofen, we took it at my pace and ...