Parador de Vielha
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We settled into the well appointed though slightly small room than last night though we do again have a stunning view over the small village looking to a distant mount with small but distinct flecks of remaining snow. Spain rocks.
We found a small and vibrant bar for a late arvo refreshment and were perfectly served by the most amiable tri-language waiter (though whose English was minimal). He was however able to teach me some new Spanish words namely - caņa - for ...
... 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 ...
... warmed to at least 31 C on the Col de Mente. The scenery is spectacular. Much of the time we are high up with unrestricted views. The roads are in pretty good shape and they go up hill and down hill and up hill ……. You get my drift.
Yesterday we set out from Font Romeu with a long descent down beautiful twisting roads in the cold of early morning followed by a couple of short climbs and then the Col de Port de Pailheres. A long steep climb that ...
... here overnight on Tuesday night and comes through the town again on Wednesday. Streetsweeper trucks are busy, and huge TV trucks both from France and international networks are parked along the streets and city parks. We will be leaving Tuesday morning so will not see it, but Bronnie is staying until the arrival ceremonies are conducted and will then travel to Toulouse and home. We will miss her! Bronnie, Kathy and ...
... 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 ...