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... her, statues, etc. a certain gentleness to Lourdes. It must be appallingly touristy in season—the shops sell every kind of statue and rosary and religious item. It’s a lot in winter, and most of them are closed now. But clearly people who come here are passionate and dedicated to their faith.
And they are very, very hopeful.
I suppose if a 14 year old girl who couldn’t learn the first catechism lesson can become a saint and bring ...
... as the weekend was buggered anyway! So I've got the giggles a bit, and I'm also holding two fresh bread rolls which aren't helping but are screaming out to be used as a prop. Anyway, the lady was very helpful and directed me to the ladies underwear section. Shortly thereafter, I found the items I was looking for, cunningly disguised in beautiful coloured packaging with altogether far too much information on the outside. Even for me! Curiously, they ...
... 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 ...
... Pyrenees and this is the birthplace of Henry IV a land of history, gastronomy, wine, sports and culture.
Pascal was a little stir crazy from sitting in the car wanted photo shoots. The architecture here in the Pyrenees is really different to the south of France, it is close to ski slopes and really had the feeling of a ski town.
We arrived into Bayonne in the mighty Basque, we are about to find out just how passionate people here of their region. ...
... s still only 500ml, not even a pint! Never mind, tasted fantastic! A fast 40mph plus descent with lots of hairpins to Laruns. I have been very glad of 2 features of my bike so far through the mountains. A compact chainring with 36/46 teeth (46 is plenty big for this malarkey), and disc brakes! Together they make life so much easier going up and down. Having used calliper brakes in the Alps before, the discs give you so much more ...