Inter Hotel Amarys Tarbes
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... to our parking. I held my breath for a while, fearing that we were not going to make it and end up pushing the toy cart to our destination, but thankfully this did not happen. Instead, we were victorious in parking the car next to Mary King's giant green RV.
Our day consisted of lots of walking, rain to sunny skies in a time span of 5 mins each, eating, and freezing our butts off. We also took plenty of pictures, most of them were riders that we did not know (but we ...
... of scenic routes (in the dark). Finding the road and having the GPS freak out on us was quite the entertainment for the 2 hours on the road. I think at one point we might have drove through someone's backyard unknowingly. You never know with these tiny country roads.
It was dark and foggy outside, but we finally arrive to our destination, the Casino de Pau (not to be confused with the Casino supermarket). ...
... erecting a terrace at his new double chalet. What a difference it makes! Over 23 degrees in the lounge tonight, burns half the amount of wood, no smoke or tea stained walls and no need for the radiators on in the lounge saving at least 25% of the heating requirements. Result!
I guess the list helps explain my lack of writing, we have been so busy. We did take one day off just before my birthday and spent the day in Capbreton on the coast, having lunch at ...
... the summit we took the funicular back down and went into Lourdes for lunch. Seonaid had mussels in beer and cream and I had the warm goat’s cheese salad. Yummy!
We then took a slow stroll down to the Tourist Information Centre to meet our guide for the tour.
There were a total of 4 people on the tour; us and a French couple. Why they had booked on the English speaking tour and not the French one I’ll never know ...
... the most of the good weather and getting a second cut of hay off the fields. The field next to the chicken run was cut the other day and when it came to baling, there was quite a din from the chickens as the baler went past. Stefan said he could just imagine the hens looking in astonishment at the machine and then seeing it 'lay ‘ a bale and thinking" Sacrebleu! I bet that hurt!"
I enjoyed going back to Cardiff and being at the engagement party ...
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