Hotel Pena Montanesa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... actually you're right. Despite a mass of visiting walking tourists, nothing in Saint-Larry Soulan was open. Apparently this was their time to close prior to the winter rush. The best meal we could rustle up was a pizza. Who eats pizza in France? Our Irish B&B friends, who stayed here for a week, ended up popping over to Spain for a hearty meal. (I enjoyed writing that last sentence)
Speaking of Spain, time to head there ourselves.
... Arrived at our hotel - an old monastery. It was massive. Big disappointment was the extra charge for using the spa. This was the sole reason we booked it. Charge €30 each for 1 hour!!!!! Robbery. It didn't say this when we booked. I feel a complaint coming on. Restaurant expensive too. We drove down to the town for dinner. Only 5 mins away. Off to Sos del Rey Catolico. SPAIN. Not a clue about this area but the old mediaeval town looks nice. Good old ...
... with a cafe.
We stop and and time for a Cafe...Cordato (not sure I am spelling it right) its a small coffee with kick and milk, muyyyyy buenooooo. All the towns have huge character..and you can take pics all over the place...which I did....but in no time we all got up and off we went again.... this time we were to climb again till wee ended up in France. Martin made a comment about the ****** coffee over there....ya no rivalries there lol. ...
... it had some good hikes and views as it was located in the Spanish Pyrenees (Pirineos in Spanish). The views from our hotel were a very good start.
We completed two hikes in the national park and the views were nothing short of breathtaking (if you remember my Lord of the Rings comment at the beginning, then you are getting the picture – or just look at the photos attached to the blog).
- Our first hike took us around the southern ridge of the ...
... camp I had seen by a lake. The scenery as we drove was spectacular with towering vertical mountains, along aqua blue rivers and driving through long tunnels cut through sheer rock. I had just commented to Kerry that I was pleased with the roads as they were wide enough for us to fit through and not to windey. I opened my mouth too soon. The road narrowed so it could only fit us going ...