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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nice La Seu d'Urgell
Very comfortable hotel, room a bit small but after a couple of nights elsewhere it makes you realise just how good it feels to be very comfortable. The staff are very helpful and communicate in about three or four languages so that helps us a lot. They managed to find a good spot for our bikes too so that was a bonus.
Withe the veranda windows closed you cannot hear a single noise from the street but when opened the street noises and sunlight drift into the room.
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... to and the terrain gave him a lot of inspiration for his paintings. I got to the house bright and early next day along with a group of other enthusiasts, paid for my ticket and we had the most fascinating guided tour of the house and his studio, and then the garden. Apparently he kept canaries in a big cage in the bedroom and crickets in a small one, because he liked the sounds. It would drive me mad and I suspect might go some way to explaining why he was barking. ...
... since the road had been completely washed out. He added, that we should have paid attention to the sign at the bottom of the hill.... We texted everyone else to take the direct route on an un-nice N road, and turned around and started down. Part way down we met Mark on his way up who was not impressed with this turn of events, then after we got on the N road we met Steve and Gilles who were in a ...
This entry by Tom.
I suppose if I'd thought about it, we were always very likely to run into issues with road construction on this trip and it finally happened today.
It was yet another hot, sunny day. Departing from the very pleasant Hostellerie de la Poste in Oust fashionable late as usual, Dave, Linda and I made our way south to Pont de la Taule and along the pretty Vallee d'Ostou for the climb to Col de Latrape. We ...
... the smart ones. The climb to today's first col afforded some views before veering off into the sun, which by early morning was already so hot that I rode on the left side of the road for a bit so I could stay in whatever shade was available.
The descent was OK - there were a few pebbles in one corner - but ended abruptly as I turned to access the climb to the Col d'Agnes, which ...
... off there again on my way out of the area.
Finally we had a day when I was feeling really fit and well, Treacle seemed well and the weather was gorgeous, so I took off on a walk that would encompass a hermitage and old castle, and old village with ancient church and some Roman ruins. I was really proud of myself as I climbed the steep hill away from the site, it took me an hour to reach the top and some of it was so steep that I had to use my hands. I ...