Residence les Hauts de Peyragudes
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... busy, not realising that actually she was in labour. She decided the have a bath in her landlord’s apartment to soothe the backache only to realise that she needed to push. When I arrived she had managed to get out of the bath, get dressed and was on all fours screaming the place down. No time to get her to hospital. So time for towels, a call for Lucie’s dad to collect her and dog and Stefan to have them while waiting. Then an emergency services call, while I tried to ...
... go leaving all the climbs behind and getting ready to set off for Paris.
So here we are in our Paris apartment in the first arrondissement, a stone's throw from the Louvre.
Tomorrow we will find a place to watch the finish of the TDF and the womens race in the arvo Beforehand we will wander the streets for a bit and decide on what are our must sees.
... buildings are probably of interest we don't really think miles of old steel cables and so on should be just left to litter the mountain sides. Anyway, we crossed a small bridge across the river and started climbing the mountain using a trail which was fairly steep but not too difficult to negotiate. We were making for a point where the GR 10 divides itself into two, the GR 10 and the GR 10E, which we were planning to take. It took us ...
... was lucky enough when two of the riders at the same time tossed their bidons next to me. I nabbed a Moviestar and Lotto Belisol complete with half used liquid, bargain! The Lotto one seemed to have orange Powerade in it and the Moviestar just plain water.
You can really see the difference between those feeling good on the climbs and those struggling. Some are really going up slowly ...
... a wall of clouds, it looked fantastic! After a while we reluctantly started our descent and soon found ourselves in the clouds again in foggy conditions. This didn't last too long though before we came out underneath the clouds this time into a day that looked a little gloomy. This suited the scenery as we started to come upon the ruins of mining equipment, houses and sheds from zinc and lead mines which were ...