Hotel du Petit Languedoc
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The only expense was to pay for candles you could light at various stages. Not a souvenir shop in sight. So..... We went to each place in turn. First, the dark and somber upper Basilica(of the Immaculate Conception). The clock in the the tower plays "Ave Maria" on the hour. Then the crypt, with walls lined with marble plaques enumerating thanks for favours received, we assumed. Then the beautiful Rosary Basilica. ...
... over here, no camping grounds mean no camping. Unlike the land of milk and honey, there is no public land to camp on. Try camping in a car park or in the street and you will be moved on and fined.
The weather is one thing I can’t complain about (amazingly). It has been excellent since we arrived, but it will cool off somewhat by the time we retrace our tracks back to Britain in October to store the truck until 2015. But for the moment, while we head ...
Our time on the boat ended with a bang – literally. We had
just passed the department sign of the Haute Pyrenees when the heavens opened
and the Land Rover died. Stefan was pretty sure it was the fuel pump, but we
were stuck in the middle of nowhere, stuffed to the gunnels with things off the
boat with the dog perched precariously on the top. No worries I thought, my
comprehensive insurance covers me for recovery. It does, ...
... from England was the first. Stan didn’t look as though he should be riding a bike. I’m sure he wouldn’t mind if I say that - he would probably say so himself. His gut looked as though it belonged in the pub. But he was here and that is what matters. He was taking part and finishing each stage. That’s what counts.
Nearly ten o’clock. The countdown, five, four, three, two, one go! From then on it was every thirty seconds.
... don't think about it was the best thing to do . . . many have obviously travelled on it in safety over the years. Views were great but it wasn't the summit - that required walking another two kms up a rough, winding, steep track . . . I've come a long way and not likely to travel this way again so . . . why not? Great idea . . . the cross country trainers bounded past me like springboks but I kept going and so glad I did - the view of ...