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... final task for the day will be to get our Lourdes water. We're just waiting until after dinner so hopefully it won't be super crowded - will need to get in before the candlelight procession starts at 9pm. Tomorrow appears to be an early start so we don't expect to have time to try to Skype. Our Internet access may be a little bit iffy for the next few days as we head to some of the smaller towns. Will be in touch again soon. Cheers from Diane and ...
... use Diane as a teaching case for the younger attendant. She was not even allowed dress herself, much to her chagrin. After that we strolled in the sunshine to a cafe by the river for a quick bite. Then it was back for a short documentary about Lourdes. We've continued to struggle with the Internet access but have now managed to catch up on our blogs entries. We were really disappointed we couldn't chat to you properly this morning. We will try again tomorrow. Lots of love, Diane and ...
Left Toulouse to drive to Lourdes. Couldn't attend a Mass but wandered around for over a hour taking in the spectacle before heading off to Spain - arriving in Pamplona where we saw the bull fighting stadium and the area where the run the bulls. Drive a total of 717k today. Our night has been spent in Burgos which is quite pretty but we are only here overnight before driving to Santiago de Compostela ...
... when it switched off and deflated giving them a slight scare.
Stacie did her time trial up Hautacam this morning feeling good enough to give John enough stick as he was doing it tough. She's off now hopefully booking me in for a massage as my neck is in deep need after carrying Ben around on my shoulders.
So it will be off to the pool for another day of relaxing before we make our way to the coast tomorrow via the township of ...
... that "pulling a heart muscle". I tried to explain the concept to lots of continental Europeans, but they didn't quite get it. This was no Stephen Bradbury victory. The Pyrenees women's GC battle was the real race of truth. And pretenders had nowhere to hide. I am so happy for Marg, a true champion. We shared lots of hugs and tears at the finish line in Biarritz that final day, and her victory was one of the sweetest moments of my Haute journey. Chapeau Marg! ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking