Quality Hotel Pau Centre Bosquet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... much then we kept in touch thru Facebook.
Anyway back up a bit! we wound our way this way and that as the GPS took us down narrow one way lanes etc before finally hitting the highway. Tolls all the way but travelling at 130 to 140km per hr it was not long before we were bypassing Toulouse and many other places we had cycled through. Stopped for diesel and ...
... Pyrenees and this is the birthplace of Henry IV a land of history, gastronomy, wine, sports and culture.
Pascal was a little stir crazy from sitting in the car wanted photo shoots. The architecture here in the Pyrenees is really different to the south of France, it is close to ski slopes and really had the feeling of a ski town.
We arrived into Bayonne in the mighty Basque, we are about to find out just how passionate people here of their region. ...
... called Isobel to look out for us. We were then seen on the TV twice at one point for about 5 seconds... Pete and I then turned our attention to some real Tour de France memorabilia, we grabbed a few signs, that we're no longer in need. Then we started our drive towards Orleans, with a couple of stops to grab some more signs. We arrived in Orleans, our accommodation was very basic, Marc, Pete and I were in the same room, we had dinner at the buffet at the hotel, again basic but filling. ...
... in 778ad as a fortress by the Romans. In the 11th century it became a residence of the count go Bigorre. In the 14th century it was extended to encompass more dwellings. It then became a prison in the 16th century. Incredible to see history of that age. We then walked through the town towards the funicular. It is a rail system that goes up a 56% slope pulled by a cable that is counter balanced by the other train, so at half way the carts pass each other on the split track. We went to ...
... and the mistress actually served some
vegetables! Early the next morning we witnessed the ’force feeding’ process …. not all that different from my own gauging of French food!
At a delightful village as we headed towards the Pyrenees we were invited into the lovely home of ex-restaurateurs …just after we had day-dreamed about some freshly ground coffee and a fat ...