Magic Canillo Resort Hotel and Apartments
Travel Blogs from Canillo
... the hose at me, pinning me behind the bush. The mountains stand silently watching the battle unfold, the flow of water stops expecting me to pop up out of the bush. As soon as the sound of the water spraying out of the nozzle of the hose ceased I jumped out soaking my victim “Victory!” I scream. I raise both of my hands into the air as I run around repeatedly screaming the word victory over and over ...
... car, we've travelled 2100 km through the most gorgeous villages. The stone cottages are stunning, the vege gardens are inspiring and the people friendly and tolerant of our attempts to speak French.
In case you are interested, petrol costs about 1.59 Euros per litre ($2.40) but our Citroen is using 6 L/100km - not bad!!
We are looking forward to a week in a gite near the Mediterranean where hopefully the weather will be sunny and I can do some cooking again.
... spotted John.
We had the electric heater on again this evening.
Sunday 1st June
The sun is out – hurrah
Today’s walk took us up the steep valley side behind our campsite to the Coll de Fogueruix (2180m according to John’s GPS). It was a pleasant climb through ancient pine trees. From the coll we could see the village of Espot, its ski station and mountains as well as the snow capped mountains stretching ...
The helicopter rescued 2 people from the car, ( Rob thought one was a child) using 4 aircrew, then landed on the local football filed , where ambulances took them to hospital - either in Foix or even Toulouse.
We had a grandstand view of the whole drama from our perch.
When we left Villeneuve/ Pujols it was dull and overcast, but as we drove south it brightened up and turned into a lovely day. we passed through beautiful spring green countryside, mainly agricultural but with some vineyards.
Travelling on D and N roads we passed Agen and Auch, all going well until the dreaded Toulouse ring road!! We got caught up in ...