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TripAdvisor Reviews Metropole Hotel Luchon
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... little barn is finished outside and Stef has begun to fit the inside out. He is making some stairs up to the mezzanine level and then we can have a jolly good sort out both in the shed and the barn so Stefan ( and I) can find things. He is the most untidiest person I have ever met!! Work ceased for a week last week as he secured a contract in Mexico to survey for a Hover Barge for a gold mining company. Peru, Brazil and Papua New Guinea may also be on the ...
... 8230;. Unfortunately, on this day the sixth, he hit a horse on the descent, hurt his shoulder and didn’t finish the day himself. Fortunately, he was able to continue the next day although a little sore.
The descent from the Aubisque was another beautiful long sweeping descent through a small ski village and into the valley. Once here, Dave, Terry, Paul and I worked together for a longish flat section before the rise to the Col de Marie-Blanque. This ...
... colours. Di, Lee,
Clare and friends John and Christine enjoyed an amazing week with soaring
temperatures, wall- to-wall sunshine and nice quiet roads for cycling. Those of
us not cycling did a fair bit of walking including climbing from Artigues to the Pic, admiring unusual alpine flowers and picking wild Myrtilles – enough to make a cake.
Mushrooming has begun in earnest, though the dry weather has meant harder work
to find enough ...
... will they work today? All the questions that go around and around in one’s head before the start. Need another pee.
The slowest riders go off first so the faster riders were either sleeping in or relaxing over coffee and watching the commotion and events.
As we got closer to the start, we began to register our presence and take our bikes into a corral behind the stage. The first riders gradually shuffled forward and mounted the stage above the ...
... We settled into the well appointed though slightly small room than last night though we do again have a stunning view over the small village looking to a distant mount with small but distinct flecks of remaining snow. Spain rocks.
We found a small and vibrant bar for a late arvo refreshment and were perfectly served by the most amiable tri-language waiter (though whose English was minimal). He was however able to teach me some new Spanish words namely - caņa - for ...