Tierra de Biescas
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... stronger than others and some of us started falling back on the hills, partly because of fatigue and partly trying to conserve energy for the Col d’Ahusquy. Dave was feeling that our pace was a little fast for him. We kept on slowing and bringing him back to the group but eventually he told us to go on and he would continue at his own pace.
Thus we made it to the final climb, nearly five and half hours into the ride. This was actually two climbs in ...
Morning wake-up was at 6 am. Pamplona comes alive at night. The streets were filled with people of all ages partying until late last night. Luckily I went to bed relatively early as it was a long day of walking today. I covered about 24 km in hot weather. Fortunately Spain is civilized enough to feature cerveza at rest stops. And when many of the fellow pilgrims are Europeans - a cerveza break is ...
... side of the slate, it does have heaps of history.
Once in the truck we headed for France to catch the end of the camping (holiday) season. You see someone at some time decided that all outdoor activities in the UK and Europe will cease on or about the end of September, regardless of the weather or the needs of the
tourist. Camping ground gates all across Europe start to slam shut in the face of tourists like us from the middle of ...
... the flag so I ask her. Brazil. She moves ahead but I keep her in sight.
There are signs every kilometre that tell you the average grade for the next kilometre. 8%, 9.5%….. Then the sign saying 5km to the summit. Keep it up. Breathing hard. Heart rate too high. Getting hot. Remember to drink. Getting tired. Now the one kilometre to the summit marker. Harder! Keep that power up, increase it. The last hairpin. Come on, harder. The timing mat in site, the ...
... Tinkerbell gobbled up the miles like they were her last (they weren't, the duct tape held firm) as we hit bump after pothole and all the while riding through sweeping bends and crests. Taking a wrong turn down a steep valley trail and ending up at an extremely off the beaten track village that looked like it was stuck in the 1950's was all part of the treat. Half way through the route it was also necessary to pass through a ...