Parador de Vielha
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... and it’s stunning. Hopefully the pictures will give you a flavour. I got as high as 1940m today climbing towards a pass at 2400m.The peak above it, Pic de Peguera, is 2980m high. That’s 9,770 feet. My poor little legs have done some work over the last 2 days and the soles of my feet are rather tender. I haven’t really done much proper Alpine hiking before and I guess I was forced into it by not being able to use the bike but the terrain was too ...
... there is a lot of thermal activity and a strong smell of sulphur. It vwas like a sauna but hotter, much hotter. You could wander around the low tunnels into the rock amongst the heat and the sulphur for no longer than ten minutes Then a cold shower was required and then you allowed into the main pool area which compared to the sauna was quite cool although it wasn't. We swam in there for 40 minutes or so and then it was back into ...
Well here we are in Luchon and it has taken most of the day to get here. First our train at Bordeaux was delayed by over an hour because the train before ours hit a car on a crossing. Then we got to the place where we were meant to catch a bus and that was delayed too and so we finally made it to our hotel about 5.30pm. A long day.
Very nice hotel however. Luchon sits at the foothills of the Pyrenees and we can see some snow capped peaks in the distance. The area is ...
... gravel and some of these can have pretty sharp points. Anyway we fixed it quickly and went on our way. After our descent from Peyresroude we stopped in the town of Luchon to get a bite and recharge our water. We managed the latter from the water fountain in the village square, but everything else was closed from 12 to 3. While we were there we met a couple from Australia who travel to Europe every summer to cycle. Turns out the man was once a professional racer. We ...
... I, on the other hand, not only fuelled up to the point where I didn't even feel the need to visit the boulangerie for a croissant, but made sure I was well-hydrated for the day ahead by sluggiing back about 500ml of orange juice, and hit the road at 8AM. This worked too well: I was so hydrated that I ended up stopping to pee several times.
We retraced our steps (strokes?) 12 km ...