Hotel Ciudad de Sabinanigo
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... who had enough of fast life, in the morning we had a light dusting of snow over the village, made our stay even better. Headed up to Torla then back out to Salardu for next night. The drive through Pyrenees is beautiful. Incredible to see huge mountains covered in snow and we are driving right amongst it. Tunnels 5 ks long, trucks..eek..snow ploughs. Salardu is a ski village and 25 ks from France border. Went up to the ...
... years of bad choices and have a clean slate moving forward?
Also at the summit, sculptor Vincent Galbete created a piece dedicated to the Pilgrims Way to Compestela. It is called "where the route of the wind crosses that of the stars." It represents the evolution of the way through history in the form of a progression of pilgrims from different eras. There are 14 natural sized iron ...
We have spent three weeks with a hire car touring the south coast of Britain whilst waiting for the truck to arrive, and filled in the gaps from our previous trip over this way. Three weeks of B&B’s should be enough for anybody and it was definitely more than enough for me. It
must be mandatory that every B&B in Britain have squeaky floorboards and
The truck arrived in one piece even though one of the tie ...
... so we headed onwards and into the mountains again. Here I spotted Peregrine falcons swooping as we pressed onwards along some amazing twisties. Arriving eventually in Anso, a place we had had recommended to us by a wily old German guy earlier in the trip, we came upon 'Camping Valle de Anso' where we decided to set our stall for two nights. Pedro the owner was a cool old hippy and I appreciated the chilled way he served up a ...
... br> Julie was as refreshed as I'd been invigorated by the short walk but we were soon in the bar and sitting on the Paradore’s first floor full length balcony gazing out onto our southern view as the twilight brought on an ever changing view of the mountains before and to either side of us. A couple of beers and then a delicious meal in the restaurant finished an extended but awe-inspiring day passing through the amazing Pyrenees.
If this is the life of a traveller, count me ...