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... final task for the day will be to get our Lourdes water. We're just waiting until after dinner so hopefully it won't be super crowded - will need to get in before the candlelight procession starts at 9pm. Tomorrow appears to be an early start so we don't expect to have time to try to Skype. Our Internet access may be a little bit iffy for the next few days as we head to some of the smaller towns. Will be in touch again soon. Cheers from Diane and ...
While Diane headed off to the 7.30am mass at the grotto, Naomi manage to get enough Internet working for a quick call home to wish Camille a happy birthday. Hope you had a lovely celebration Cam. We miss you and have been thinking about you today. This morning the group took a quick bus trip to a small town outside Lourdes where Bernadette had stayed for a while in her youth. It was a lovely little village. Then it was back to start queuing for the baths! We knew it would be a long ...
Left Toulouse to drive to Lourdes. Couldn't attend a Mass but wandered around for over a hour taking in the spectacle before heading off to Spain - arriving in Pamplona where we saw the bull fighting stadium and the area where the run the bulls. Drive a total of 717k today. Our night has been spent in Burgos which is quite pretty but we are only here overnight before driving to Santiago de Compostela ...
... season everything has gone back to half price - a big difference of only 28 euro a night compared to the 72 we payed back on the Mediterranean coast.
We have met a lovely Australian/Dutch family who are travelling around for 6 months with kids the same age as ours so the girls and boys have been hanging out together having a great time. There is even a big jumping castle here and the kids were all on it unsupervised at 9.20 ...
... of 1.21 mins over Marg at the end of Day 5. Marg didn't go into Day 5 at Hautacam feeling confident, she knew others were better climbers against the clock. She knew she needed to limit her losses and then reassess going into Day 6. Watching her and talking to her, she was both focused and also supportive of how other riders were facing up to their journey that day. Gracious in defeat and a good sport, even with a lot of pressure on ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed