Residence les Hauts de Peyragudes
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The Paradore de Bielsa was pretty damn schmick. I think I have probably stayed in better places - though none immediately spring to mind and to be perfectly honest, no hotel with as many stars as one can possibly imagine, could ever offer the views from the two windows of our top-floor corner room. We rose and drew back curtains to awesome glimpses of Pyrenean Ranges either to the south and east or along the Valle de Cinca to the west (or at least that's how my compass ...
... ridges and mountains. In some places small villages suddenly appeared on one side or the other and in other places small groupings of derelict buildings stood idle as the inhabitants must have been unable to survive the remote and harsh conditions of earlier times. We stopped at a dedicated road side stop from where travellers could grab glimpses (and pics of one of these small derelict villages beside a free-running aqua blue mountain river with an old and ...
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 got me to the funiculaire 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 on and don't think about ...
... of public faith was quite foreign to me. I have heard stories, mainly from Mary Jones, of similar processions many years ago and then from Tim Ham of these processions around Cairns.
This procession occurs each evening whilst another, focussed on the sick, occurs each afternoon. It was close to 10.45pm when the last Amen was prayed and then there was a mad rush for the hundreds of souvenir shops that remain open until 11.30pm.
... 7 and 10% for about 10km.
Then there was a very fast long descent, initially through the alpine and then through the forest to the valley on mainly good road but with some tight hairpins. We found out later that Bevan, one of our team, and in fact probably the tastest rider, had a major crash here when he went too fast into a bend and literally did somersaults on his bike. Apart from wrecking his ...