Le Luy de Bearn
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Travel Blogs from Serres-Castet
... be there and this proved to be the case. The chairlift took us about halfway up the mountain. As Bronnie had walked underneath another chairlift without seeing it she misread the map and we saw another beautiful section of trail, which unfortunately was cut off by a large section of ice...Partially retracing our steps we took the trail leading to Lac Anglas (Anglas lake) at an altitude of 2068 meters. There was a lot ...
... the while, a 12th century castle stands in the town, all but ignored. While thousands of invalids get wheeled around Lourdes and get fleeced by the market sellers. It didn't sit right with any of us. I am sure if Jesus visited here he wouldn't be happy. We then drove up a valley of the Pyrenees to castaurets and caught a gondola up to see the snow. Altogether a pretty full day! Beach, miracles, snow ...
... were going in the church to get healed. Then we drove some more. We went in a cable cars up the mountain. When we got up the mountain the air was really thin and I was walking really slow and was puffing and everything. In the end we found some snow and played with it for a while and rushed back to catch the last cable car. Then came to our new ...
Sunday 8th June
After a leisurely morning we eventually hit the road. It was a hot one, even as we climbed up to Somport tunnel through the Pyrenees into France, the temperature was hovering around the 30 degree mark. We arrived at Jane and Eric's in Bedous mid-afternoon and had a tour of the house to see the changes they had made since we were last there. We spent the afternoon catching up, sat in the shade of the apple trees in their orchard - ...
... land isn't prepared for living on yet we were staying in the town in an appartment. I could see straight away that Toby was very behind on his planting as we were much further ahead at La Rivière - so lots of work to do! The land is very interesting though - it runs down a hill with a well at the top from which he syphon's off water for the plants etc. and at the bottom there is a dome (for growing the young plants) and the veggie patch and a small ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed