Inter Hotel Amys Tarbes
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... where they had to stay in the Salle de Fêtes overnight. The resort didn’t open again until Wednesday and then only partially because of severe avalanche risk, so once again the family couldn’t ski and spent the time clearing snow so we could get out. We did manage to venture to Payolle on Jake’s birthday to have lunch out and had to drive round the various TV crews stationed in St-Marie reporting the catastrophe. Michel saw it all on the ...
... Dodge steps in to rescue her, which usually results him getting a scratched nose from Clyde. I bought two furry hammocks which hang off the radiators – room for both the cats – but they insist on sharing just one, even though it is a tight squeeze. Dodge likes to play with her, but hasn’t quite grasped the fact that she is quite fragile. Imagine my embarrassment when the deputy mayor turned up to bring our newly serviced skis round and stop for a ...
... fall, there are something on the order of 5 million pilgrims pouring through this little town of about 15,000 people, which explains all the hotels, restaurants, grocery stores, and religious souvenir shops that are tightly covered with metal shutters now. But the main facilities of Lourdes, the ones that matter religiously, are open and functioning every day. I’ll get to that in a moment.
The history of Lourdes is complicated, and its rock-mounted ...
... on this month on his way back from Spain and was held up for several hours on the autoroute just outside Toulouse because it was blocked by tractors. The farmers are not happy with changes to the agricultural policy. He made it to the ferry with just 10 minutes to spare! It’s no wonder the French are the laughing stock of Europe. It upsets me to see this amazing country sinking more into recession because they all have têtes de bois ...
It was a long 5 hour drive today to get to the Pyrenees but it was worth every minute of it to round a corner and see the snow capped mountains in the distance. We arrived at our campsite at Bagneres de Bigorre just south of Tarbes in the Haut Pyrenees about 2pm and were amazed to see the elusive yellow ball (aka the sun) in the sky….yeee haaa!!
Our campsite is stunning, situated at the foot of the Pyrenees, there are currently only 2 vans staying ...