Parador de Vielha
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... we neared an area where the sounds of water increased the further we walked. Suddenly, we came to a place where we were near a tumbling cascade and a lil further on, we crossed a bridge over the fast flowing cascading river with an impressive waterfall above. It was amazingly spectacular watching the aqua blue and crystal clear water tumbling over a drop of maybe 10 metres. This was simply part of the course of the Rio Cinco and one small component of the spectacular falls we ...
... the hotal and return the hire car . Thank god because there is just no parking in this city .The metro is super efficient which makes life easy. The hotel is right on the beach , that is probably not of much benefit to me as I'm indoors for the next 3 days at the conference , but the views are pleasant. Next blog will be a ...
Where am I? It’s all becoming a blur. But if it is the end of Day 3 then I must be in Bagneres de Luchon in the heart of the Pyrenees. Since my last blog, we have had a couple of epic days. But then - which days aren’t?
First of all, to set the scene. The weather gods continue to grace us with their affection. Blue skies, sunshine and heat. Well let me qualify that. It’s hot when it warms up but this morning it was only 6 C when we set ...
We travelled by car over the Col d'Azet where the Tour the France will be passing in another few days. Already the campervans are claiming their favourite spots along the route. We are not sure what they can do for four days on the side of a road in the middle of nowhere, but I guess the real enthusiasts will think that a small price to pay! The scenery while driving into Luchon was fantastic, but it was dangerous to ...
... had to reverse a bit and we managed to squeeze past. Bet the lorry driver's sat nav sent him that way!,
After this the road widened out a bit. We passed through Ainsa, where the market was taking place. We have stopped at Ainsa before - a lovely place, with an old town on the top of the hill, with narrow cobbled streets and a huge arcaded Plaza Mayor. When we were there previously there was ...