Hotel Santa Maria de Alquezar
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We headed out of Huesca tis morning with the aim of getting to Alquezar but we were a bit peeved as after we'd been cycling on the main road for about 4-5km's we passed a sign saying Huesca 1km. We'd gone out the north side of town and then headed east while if we'd just headed straight east then we'd have saved the 4km detour - still it was nice …
Breakfast at the BnB! Probably our best breakfast yet, we even had plates and cutlery! Much better than the Tupperware we have been using!! We hit the road and headed to the cable car at Pic du Midi. It was cold and there was so much fog, we were just hoping the cable car would take us higher than the cloud! But, due to an electrical fault the cable car was CLOSED. This was just ...
Cec's thoughts / comments on our day in Alquezar and the journey to Ainsa
A wonderful day which started in the Moorish/Christian village of Alquezar. A lovely start to the day with a walk in amongst the olive groves, almond trees and red poppy fields which were terraced around the escarpment on which the village was ...
... a reference) and we thought that it would be where they'd finish their canyon run, though we never do see where they were starting from, probably a well guarded trade secret.
The rain came belting down as we were looking at the canyon bridge so that abbreviated any chances of getting a picturesque view of it for you as we got sodden just getting into our raincoats never mind getting camera etc out - sorry!
It was more up and down for a while and as the rain had eased ...
... natural attraction over the top of them - Los Mallos de Riglos - check out the picture.
They had a funny set up, they'd set up a traffic light on a section of the road which blocked off one lane which they then used for a parking spot for their vehicles. No problems to us as we'd not get through the lights on one go anyway but it gave us a chance to have a look at the guys down in the canyon doing their stuff, one guy got ...
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Arrived in the rain, first place we saw and we took it to get our selves and our bikes out of the rain. By the time we'd got to our room the rain had stopped and we'd paradise outside our window with a view of the old castle ruins and Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor - beautiful. Might not be able to sleep tonight knowing that the view is right there outside the window. Real picture postcard stuff.
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