Hotel du Petit Languedoc
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... ll even guide you, its that good.
The weather today (Nov4th) is wet so we have stayed two nights in Lourdes, a town which leaves us cold, metaphorically speaking. Tomorrow we head to Bruce in Berson, and then St Malo for the ferry to Portsmouth, the following day, about 800 kms all up. The temperature was 4 degrees today. Since leaving Morocco a fortnight ago, the daily maximum has dropped from 42 to 4. We found things a bit cold. Leaving ...
... once again with Michel and Marie-Helene before they head back to Bordeaux for the winter, I feel sluggish writing and enjoying the baking sun before it descends behind the mountain in an hour, now the clocks have changed. We need a fire at night now, but still no heating, although all is about to change next week and snow is forecast on the high slopes. Almost another year past as we descend towards Christmas and the beginning of my 58th year. How did that ...
... if you wanted. There were so many religious shops selling everything religious you can think of right next to each other. There would have had to be about 100 of them in Lourdes. We also saw so many priests and nuns in full outfits strolling around. Prayers, masses, rosary and confession go all day every day. You can buy candles that are 2m high to put at the alters. Back on the train to Paris and our ...
Caught the train to Lourdes. It is six hours from Paris but we had been looking forward to seeing the grotto where Bernadette saw the Virgin Mary. The basilica is magnificent. Lourdes is picture postcard. It is tranquil and the river runs through the town. There is a fort high up on ...
... rising collectively up to about 1700m with a vertical of about 1400m. The others, the Col de Marie-Blanque, and the Col de Ahuskey were unknown entities. We figured that once we had finished the first two, we would be fine and would just have to pace ourselves. Little did we know.
The Col de Solour was a stunning, beautiful climb without excess that arose into the sunshine and the alpine. Our legs were working if not with enthusiasm, with effect. It was ...