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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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... cycle anyway. I think I’ll have to invest in some better boots and a stick before I get to the Alps because I love it and I’ll be doing more!
I’ve almost made a fairly fundamental decision which goes against my original plan (whatever it was) It’s nearly July now and although I never had any hard and fast timetable, I think that I will put off my visit to Italy (well the southern part) until September/October. It’s going to ...
... shortly thereafter we were joined by Wayne Lori and Mesfin. We all then got on the very busy N road and proceeded to this hotel which is right on the highway. Tomorrow is a huge day with 3100 metres of total climb and a total ride of 118 Kms. Either Caroline is going to get a lot of business, or some of us will not be getting to the hotel until very late. Thanks to all who have been commenting on the blog. ...
... and detour, it shouldn't be a problem for me to get to the hotel in Luzenac in plenty of time to clean up then drive the relatively short distance back to Niaux.
This became ever more likely when we got word from Tim, who was following an alternate route with less climbing with Barry, that the planned final stretch to Luzenac from Tarascon-sur-Ariege along D20 was closed. The road was completely destroyed by a slide. So we ...
In what is turning into a common refrain, last night my legs felt so good - in spite of yesterday's extra travails - that I was taking the stairs 2 at a time, whereas this morning I had definitely lost the spring in my step. Part of the problem might've been due to insufficient sleep, as I had stayed up late to get this blog all caught up (and still missed a few things, like the memorial to ...
... spectacular though I couldn't do much looking even though my speed never got above 25mph. Thankfully there were virtually no other vehicles on this road but even so it took 5 hours to get to my new destination.
The final thing I have been proud of is my increasing confidence in identifying a camp site from the directory and turning up without booking. I have had absolutely no problems until this day and so at the end of a long and really tiring drive ...