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... a detour in the Pyrenees to go over one of the most famous mountain passes that is used by the Tour de France- the Col de Tourmalet. Topping out a whopping 2115 meters (That is 6938 feet!) we were well above the tree line for quite a while. What had been a warm day down below was bordering on cold with a wind-chill. Still, it was a fun climb as we passed the bikers going up and some strange wildlife. I ...
... The parking lot was empty. What the heck? It was around 9:30 on a Friday night. Inside, we showed our passports to two black-suited men who had a certain “mobbish” air to them – all business, serious and almost threatening looks on their faces. They must have watched a few American movies about Las Vegas to pick up on the appropriate demeanor of a casino employee. After carefully checking our passports, they let us in. The ...
... the hotel was so beautiful, and empty except for us. So we conspired to have pizzas delivered, the hotel bartender/waiter, Pepe, stoked a fire for us in the library, and we all snuggled down into wing back chairs in front of a fire where we drank, ate, and laughed for hours. It was so wonderful to feel like we were in someone's home (like, Lord Grantham's home) for an evening. Our final day of cycling took us a short trip up (another climb!) to an ...
Friday 26 September
Drove to the village of Homps to visit the brocante (antique and vintage shop) where I selected some items and it was only as I came to pay did I realize that my purse was not in my bag. We returned to the canal boat but no one had handed in a purse. It must be at the house I thought. So home we went. But it wasn't there. We went to the restaurant ...
... checked sold sat navs had moved from the location on google.
It took us over two hours and two toll road payments plus lots of frustrations
until we finally found it with five minutes to go before they closed at 12 for
their lunch break. So it was a sprint by
Danny to get there before the doors closed.
The irony of getting lost ...