Madame Vacances Residence Les Terrasses de Peyragudes
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... had to reverse a bit and we managed to squeeze past. Bet the lorry driver's sat nav sent him that way!,
After this the road widened out a bit. We passed through Ainsa, where the market was taking place. We have stopped at Ainsa before - a lovely place, with an old town on the top of the hill, with narrow cobbled streets and a huge arcaded Plaza Mayor. When we were there previously there was ...
... were warned by some Spanish walkers that the path ahead was too dangerous to continue along. We thanked them but carried on walking as far as we could. The danger point was a wide patch of snow that was too steep to try and traverse. We stopped for lunch and admired the amazing view of one of Spain’s highest waterfalls, the Cascada de Cotatuero at over 200m high.
We retraced our steps and savoured our last views of the Spanish Pyrenees for tomorrow we head to ...
... by some of the HGV’s we had seen coming through Vielha. At one point we came nose to nose with one such vehicle as it emerged from a tunnel round a blind bend. John had to contend with being sandwiched between two HGV’s coming down a steep mountain road with no places to pass or pull over. What made it worse was that it was coming up to 2pm. In Spain everyone stops for lunch at this time so just before 2 pm is the worst time to be on the road as ...
... a huge Red Kite is gliding over the garden calling to his mate. We were supposed to be in Bordeaux this week staying with Michel, but sadly there was a sudden death in the family and it was cancelled. We will have to wait until late September now before we can go again, as we either have too much on or he is here. He came back for a few days last week to install a new fridge ( well Stefan did actually!) and to put the fruit net up ( again a job for ...
... to find much easier. The site is fab, right by a estuary of the Med. Views superb. We set up, then had a kip before venturing out to the restaurant. We were the youngest in the restaurant and also the whitest. Most of the 'Olds' were a walnut colour. I think this is a place we would stay again it's called La Nautique, it's clean and friendly with our own little shower and loo. So, this motorhome lark ain't too bad, it's taking a while to get to grips but it's ...
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