Residence les Hauts de Peyragudes
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... there was not enough meat left for them to make a hamburger bun between them.
GC contender Lauren Fitzgerald (LF) and fellow Sworks team members of Paulini, BazMarty and Captain gave their all to ensure LF was delivered to the Col precisely at the right time. Lauren was protected to ensure that when the earlier than ...
Posted by Barry Douglas.
With beautiful weather the TT wagon rolled out at 9am and South we headed to the little Town of Luz St. Savour.....Tom Lee our tour guide set a solid pace into a head wind with a few of the Not so Serious seven challenged to hold the group and a split happened...was this shades of things to come?
After an 18 km push up the valley we regrouped ...
Posted by Barry Douglas....
Trust your enjoying the posts form our cycling adventure.....I have been in stitches with the gold coming from Andrew ....he is our resident blogger and has set a very high bench mark!
After our short warm up ride yesterday we venture to the really big hills TODAY.....and there will be a tale or two to tell.......
Our crew of 8 has become a TT Tour team of 13 riders, one hiker and the famous crew ...
... 8217;t mind stopping at the local cathedral. Shane (aka Graham) even picked up a small plastic baby Jesus souvenir.
Upon arrival at base camp, those that had bikes, unpacked them and got them ready for the first ride of the tour.
About, 1130, we got the news that the big baggage handler in the sky had located the lost bags…and they ...
... run with a nice atmosphere, a bar and 16E per night with electricity. Next day I caught the shuttle bus into the Ordesa Gorge and spent 8 hours walking along it and back. It was a stunning place, different to the previous park because it had no lakes, just a shallow river running down it. The scale of the gorge was immense. No photos can really bring across the hugeness of it, but if you look carefully at the shot looking back down the gorge, those little dots are people. I walked ...