Hotel de Tredos
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... we were a last minute booking, we scored the best room and owned this magnificent outlook for the next couple of days.
The French and German hosts were beautiful and generous. Our fellow German and Irish guests were equally charming and friendly. Sharing breakfast with these folk was enlightening. To hear others travel experiences and adventures is always interesting and inspiring.
Staying amongst the Pyrenees is going to be ...
A lazy start as James is crook. Mod got up slowly are brekky and did some more prep for our Paris break through Aurbnb, who wanted a passport identification. Once completed - which was not as easy as it seems as it used Facebook and my birthday is incorrect on that site. Once complete it was time to have a nap as everyone was either away or in bed. Walked downhill to the car with rubbish and a little walk upstream from the car showed an awesome little stream took some slow mo video. ...
... be given some jobs and the first day (after several extremely nice coffees...of course) we started in trench digging for the electricity which was about to be connected. A full on day followed by dinner on the terrace as the sun set behind the silhouette of the mountains - what more could a man want. Well I could tell you straight away to share the experience with Liz my better half, that is all that would make the day more ...
... 797m); relatively short and with moderate gradients. After a wonderful descent with lovely views of the peaks and valleys around us, we started our ascent of the Col de Portet d’Aspet (1069m). Another Tour legend – again first featured in 1910 – it was a relatively moderate climb until the last 4km, which has particularly ...
... started to climb slightly as we rode alongside the river to Luz-Saint-Sauveur; once through the town we reached the official start of the climb of the Col du Tourmalet (2115m). First used in the Tour de France in 1910, it was an unpaved road which was in terrible condition. Apparently many of the cyclists were nervous of riding because of the bears that frequented the area. Nowadays the road surface is smooth and the wildlife much tamer, but the length and ...