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... water, wrapped in a sheet! Then we collected our small bottles of Lourdes water. The atmosphere is quiet. Lots of folk like us, just walking around and looking. Walked across the bridge into the town- souvenir shops everywhere, and tourists too. Had a not very French lunch. Then walked back to look at the St. Pius Xth Underground basilica. Some say that it is like an underground car park, but how wrong. Magnificent ...
... colours. Di, Lee,
Clare and friends John and Christine enjoyed an amazing week with soaring
temperatures, wall- to-wall sunshine and nice quiet roads for cycling. Those of
us not cycling did a fair bit of walking including climbing from Artigues to the Pic, admiring unusual alpine flowers and picking wild Myrtilles – enough to make a cake.
Mushrooming has begun in earnest, though the dry weather has meant harder work
to find enough ...
... to play', silly. It's 'going away!' For months and months as the days get shorter and it makes me S A D. So surely it's time to get back to the equator where the days never get shorter, there's no real ale but Tusker anywhere the sun shines or sets is ok. This is actually a lovely site. Very peaceful and relaxing and way out in the countryside. As I have found so often on this trip the site ...
The central square of a small town in the Pyrenees surrounded by mountains shrouded in cloud with just the suggestion that there might be sunshine above. The cafe on the edge of the square filling up with people, mostly men, clad in multicoloured lycra. Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of high end carbon race bikes leaning up against every possible wall or railing. Shops opening - the local bike shop, the ‘Intersport’, the local artisanal ...
It's just struck me as I've been driving today. French roads . Very smooth, well-maintained, not seen a pot hole in all of my 2 800km. When do they do the roadworks? England before the continental trip. Everywhere. Roadworks. Nailsea, Backwell, M4, M5, M6, M25. Let's be honest. M any number. And let's put our services like gas and water along the road too so's we can dig that up. FRANCE? ...