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... on this month on his way back from Spain and was held up for several hours on the autoroute just outside Toulouse because it was blocked by tractors. The farmers are not happy with changes to the agricultural policy. He made it to the ferry with just 10 minutes to spare! It’s no wonder the French are the laughing stock of Europe. It upsets me to see this amazing country sinking more into recession because they all have tÍtes de bois ...
... it was one of the best 12 miles we had ever walked…..a perfect day.
We had a more chilled out day on friday before setting off on Saturday on our first bike ride of the trip in search of the Col d’Aspin, one of the Category 1 Tour de France climbs from 2012. Omg it was a tough ride, it basically climbs for 16.5 miles before letting the brakes off all the way home! It beat Mandy who managed half of the ride before heading back, but Paul ...
... as the weekend was buggered anyway! So I've got the giggles a bit, and I'm also holding two fresh bread rolls which aren't helping but are screaming out to be used as a prop. Anyway, the lady was very helpful and directed me to the ladies underwear section. Shortly thereafter, I found the items I was looking for, cunningly disguised in beautiful coloured packaging with altogether far too much information on the outside. Even for me! Curiously, they ...
I wanted to see Lourdes as in Poland we have a similar pilgrimage city called Czestochowa. thinking that I needed to dress demurely I put on my dress and took a shawl with me for my shoulders, didn't need to as there appeared to be no restrictions on dress.
On reflection Lourdes is a very nice and prosperous town which is not surprising having the millions of people every year coming on pilgrimage and spending a small fortune.(Nothing was ...
... that earlier) then the long decent into the valley, through the villages, back to Argeles Gazost (yesterdays morning coffee and lunch supply stop) and home to Lourdes.
We left Pau at around 8.30am and I made it back to Lourdes about 8pm – knackered.
But I had just ridden the full Stage 13 (go to woe within 1-2km) of the 2011 Tour de France. A little over 150km. In hindsight, worth every ache and every minute.
Beer, dinner and bed the order of events from ...