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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Travel Blogs from Ainsa
... valleys you find steep hills poking up like anthills. They are crowned with wall to wall houses, and it is not difficult to picture older times with the town fighting invaders trying to scale the sides of the hill. Everything in these old towns rams home the reality of the need to defend against attack. The walled city, the drawbridges and gates, the myriad of slits to fire arrows or guns and ...
Headed down the highway towards Pamplona with memories in our heads of walking this area last year. See the hill in the distance the famous sculpture is on and reminisced of the climb and boulder strewn descent. Saw some pilgrims on their way. No connecting back roads on today's route.
We decided to make our start towards Barcelona where we need to be in 3 days. Our plan is to run along the foothills of the Pyrenees and it wasn't long before we saw snow ...
... had roads going up into the old town. I thought why not. Pat looked and asked if i was sure but once slightly committed it was too hard to reverse. We think some small local cars did use them but as we inched around corners waiting for wing mirrors or worse to scrape- I reappraised my assessment of google limitations. We are also looking at getting nice old fashioned maps as ...
... such a homage to his work and soooooo prolific. Was great to see and wonderful start to Barcelona for the next 5 nights. Drive down from Pyrenees through more snow fields and huge mountain sides, narrow roads with hairpin turns went on for 20ks nonstop. Staying at a very quirky hotel tonight just down from Dali musuem, photos will follow later but sleeping with an elephant, not nick, tonight and also a clown outside our ...
A RHD (right hand drive) truck in South America.
It was pointed out to me the day I picked our truck up from the port, by a local importer, that the Landrover was the wrong vehicle for South America. I thought he was making the point in relation to obtaining spare parts if required. But his point was the fact that it was a right hand
drive vehicle. Other Overlanders we were to meet on the road also expressed the same opinion, and I have to agree. ...