BEST WESTERN La Palmeraie
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... I WILL SEND THEM NOW TO. I WILL WRITE TOMORROW NIGHT WITH SOME PICTURES. THANKS EVERYONE FOLLOWING ME AND YOUR COMMENTS . THEY REALLY MEAN A LOT TO ME, AND IT MAKES ME A BETTER PERSON TO KNOW YOU. GOD BLESS SLEEP WELL. I AM IN LOURDS, FRANCE......YES ME HERE. WOW SO OFF I GO ON MY ADVENTURE.....I am staying at a nice hotel named " HOTEL MAJESTIC" I have a balcony and a nice big room , and bathroom so I am all set for my adventure.I HAD A NICE BREAKFAST,BREAD,CHEESE ...
... FROM THE LOCKER AND MOVE ON TO San Sabastion, and next is FRANCE..I think...... I Have to figure out where I can get the SIM card for France so I am on the Hunt today. So I hope you enjoy the pictures, this was a life time desire, to go here and climb that hill, so thanks Harry for your support in making this happen.....love ...
... Vice President of the Knights of Malta in Slovakia and photos on his phone of the full group processing into Lourdes, as they have now for the past 7 years. He is in Lourdes preparing for their next pilgrimage, in May, when close to 100 ill people and their Knights of Malta volunteer helpers were assemble in Lourdes.
He spoke to the man from Japan, and shared that his daughter lives outside of Tokyo with her Japanese Catholic husband and granddaughter. They ...
... during the ride, wanting to give me some lollipops as a thank you. She said she knew it was silly, but she told me she just wanted to show her appreciation. I told her it wasn't necessary, but she insisted. I love sugar anyways so excepted (plus, even if I had wanted to argue, my brain was pretty much useless at this point). We finally arrived in Pau, and I saw Maxime waiting in his car. All I needed was my suitcase from under the bus and ...
Okay, so today was 5 hours worth of riding over 65 miles. I was a good boy and did the last two cols I had intended, and very glad I am too as they, and the weather, were fantastic! I rolled down the first 20 valley miles today in the big ring, the legs were in tatters from the last few days and both spinning quickly and rolling steady were painful! I got to the turning point onto the turn in Argales Gazost (well, I slightly went past the ...