Hotel Meson L'Ainsa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Arrived at our hotel - an old monastery. It was massive. Big disappointment was the extra charge for using the spa. This was the sole reason we booked it. Charge €30 each for 1 hour!!!!! Robbery. It didn't say this when we booked. I feel a complaint coming on. Restaurant expensive too. We drove down to the town for dinner. Only 5 mins away. Off to Sos del Rey Catolico. SPAIN. Not a clue about this area but the old mediaeval town looks nice. Good old ...
... to seriously unlearn when I get home. Must say really appreciate Martin and Roger trying to keep me on the proper Spanish band wagon....Martin talks at Mach 5 though....brutal hard to get it all.......I stare....I go...uhhhh.....hmmmmm..... estaaaaa....ayyyyy yiiiiii yaaaaa uhhhhh ...long pause and followed by a .........SI! and a nod....the nod always works I find. Roger is making a point of nailing me to the cross if I pronounce a word with one "r" ...
... Faja de Palay) and then straight back through the canyon (around 6 hours with 22km of hiking and 800m of ascending), there were waterfalls and the whole area seemed like a mixture of the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Plitvice and more. It was incredible and you would think it hard to beat.
- However, on our second hike we did beat it. This time we took the northern ridge (Faja de las Flores) up a giant waterfall to a plateau and then a natural path dug into the ...
... colour. The campground was closed till 4pm so we drove down to the lake and here we have stayed. It is very beautiful with a towering mountain range behind us. We have already had five swims and there is relief while we are in the water but you are out and two minutes later you are dry and hot again. The air is weighted with heat. The breeze is like a fan heater permanently on in ...
... still covered in snow and while melting created massive amounts of waterfalls. The next day we visited the Ordesa y Monte Perido National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. A royal decree established Ordesa, Spain's oldest National Park and one of Europe's first, in 1918 and the government has since expanded it to include more than 56,000 aces. This dramatic, glacier-carved landscape provides ...