Notre Dame de la Sarte
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... that seats 25,000 people. Mass was in progress so we stopped to watch and hear the beautiful singing. There is so much more to Lourdes, I would like to come again and spend a week seeing all the other sights and looking at museums and the huge castle that dominates the other end of the town. Back to camp. We returned for, again, a not very French meal before joining the candle light procession of the rosary. All around the ...
... cut through at some stage. I can only “praise the lord” that it didn’t move in transit and sustain serious, and expensive damage. Retrieving the truck from the docks in London took about one and a half hours, compared to four days in Colombia.
Whilst recognizing that Britain has appeal to some, and not wishing to offend those who made the smartest move of their lives and emigrated, I haven’t changed my opinion of the place. ...
... 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 ...
Day 5: Tormallet time trial. 18.5km and 1500m of ascent.
The day was overcast and damp - it had rained overnight but the forecast was good. Everyone was feeling reasonable apart from Bevan who was still hurting. In spite of a later start time of 10.00 for the first riders, we still had to get up at very early to ferry us and our bikes up the 32km from Lourdes to Luz St Saveur. So much for the anticipated and hoped for sleep in.
Let me set the ...
I haven't come this far to not get a better view of the Pyrenees Mountains which I see in great detail during each year's Tour de France. Lourdes rests at the base of this great mountain range. To get a 360 degree view I needed to reach the summit of Le Pic de Jer. The city bus transported me to the funicular which would then ascend the mountain. Now I've been on a few gondolas etc but this was unlike anything I'd seen before . . . just get ...