Hotel NL Sabinanigo
Travel Blogs from Sabinanigo
... between 7 people… in hindsight it was a great idea despite the last minute stress of changing plans. The girls went out to pick up pizza while the guys picked up beer and we made ski plans over our takeaway dinner finally feeling settled and sorted.
In the morning we bought ski lift tickets to Candanchu and headed to the ski rental warehouse which held an assortment of older ski and snowboard equipment and typically atrocious Spanish service before heading up to ...
We left our new mates and headed east. Forgot to say that Hugh has had a terrible bout of gout but all seems well again having laid off the vino and gone on a strict diet of gin and anti-inflatatories. We reached Calahorra, slight south but east in time for a walk to the tourist office to find a map and a good walk around the town that is billed as being indistinguishable from 'Africa'. Rather an exaggeration. It did have a lot of people in ...
... of the mountain I tied the red bandana saying, Joss guidedog Ambassador to a statue of a pilgrim dog to show we are walking for SA Guidedogs for the Blind. We hope to raise at least R 15 000 which is substantially more than our initial target of R 5 000. I am expecting an update on monies received by SAGA during the first week of October. At the end of September the total was ...
Hotel Ordesa is located about 2200 metres above sea level. A popular area for walkers, sking and (push) bikers.
The hotel has a lovely character to it. Staff are pleasent and helpful. They even insisted I park my motorbike near the main front entrance of the building.
The food is ok, bed is very comfortable and the bar well stocked! :)
Step outside the building or view from your room window is breathtaking! You wouldn't be bored. ...
Borrowed Jacques little Renault today and set off into the Pyrenees for the day. About half an hour out of Pau you get to the foot of the mountains and start climbing. Stopped in a little village called Laruns to grab a coffee and turned out it was the start of their summer festival so we stuck around for an hour and watched the parade through the village in traditional attire. After that headed further up the mountains to Artuste ski ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking