Ibis Tarbes Odos
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Saturday did not look like it promised much at first glance. The bitter cold rain from the night before left a fog that surrounded us all morning. Charlotte, her sister, boyfriend and I packed our bags and squished into the car. We embarked on our two hour ride to the Pyrénées, the land of breathtaking mountains, snow, and world-famous horses and horseback riders competing that weekend.
The compact (and compacted) car sludged its way through the mud that was supposed to be ...
Charlotte and I were allowed to leave the clinic early on thursday to attend a lecture (slash marketing promotion for vets) on Cushings Disease in Horses. Despite having this privilege we were still late for the conference.
My iPhone's GPS stopped working (looks like the AT&T staff did not keep their promise... again) and Charlotte's GPS is so old that it did not recognize newly constructed roads and thus directed us ...
... though still part feral. She already has two cats and it was becoming a problem, so Stefan persuaded me to have one. Of course, as with past history, we all know that it is difficult to split up brother and sister, so in for a penny, in for a pound. Clyde is a ginger Tom and Bonnie a pretty tabby with a kink in her tail. I bet I know exactly who their dad is; the cat that last year ate half a pound of butter off the table on the terrace when my back was turned! ...
On Sunday we took a trip up through Cauterets on the way to Pont d’Espagne. The road twisted and climbed for miles; there were many waterfalls and magnificent views. Seonaid wasn’t too keen on the drive down but we arrived back at the campsite in one piece.
Monday we went into Lourdes and booked a walking tour of the city for Thursday afternoon followed by a visit to the castle which ...
The old couple that have the farm opposite us have quite a collection of chickens but to date no cock. When we arrived back from our time on the boat, we noticed a strange strangulated noise coming from the run across the field – a new young cockerel. Every time he tried to crow, it was painful!Slowly he has learned, in spite of no peers, to let forth boldly and at the right time, but we did have a chuckle every time he practiced. Some of the farmers here have ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking