Residhotel le Hameau de Balestas Peyragudes
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... the water must be freezing.
The clouds had started to gather and it started to rain. I spent five minutes putting on my waterproof jacket and trousers and covering my rucksack with its waterproof cover, convinced we were in for a deluge. John just carried on regardless. Two minutes later the rain stopped and I spent another five minutes divesting myself of my waterproofs. John looked smug!
Once back in the car park, we visited the information centre to ...
... The path took us through forest and up to Morcat, an abandoned village. We descended to a limestone gorge with beautiful waterfalls and numerous turquoise pools. We dipped our feet before carrying on. After lunch, the temperature rose and the walk back to the campsite seemed interminable, more ups than downs. We eventually made it back though and had an early night.
In a sudden change of plan, tomorrow we are off to the Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte ...
... in the Tour de France will be transported from the grounds of a hotel near Bagnérès–de-Bigorre accompanied by local cyclists and mounted on its plinth at the top of Tourmalet. In the afternoon, we should finally have our statue of Eugene Christophe erected in St-Marie-de-Campan to commemorate a century since he forged his new forks in the village smithy during his Tour de France, only to get penalised at the finish because the blacksmith’s son ...
... I wasn't expecting such a magnificent historical town. I am so pleased I visited and would recommend it for those going through France. I went onto Mirande, which was a bit of a let down to be honest. The route was on a minor road, much like our B roads so it took quite some time, good practice for what was to come with all the tight bends and uneven road surfaces. I arrived in Lourdes ...
... to find much easier. The site is fab, right by a estuary of the Med. Views superb. We set up, then had a kip before venturing out to the restaurant. We were the youngest in the restaurant and also the whitest. Most of the 'Olds' were a walnut colour. I think this is a place we would stay again it's called La Nautique, it's clean and friendly with our own little shower and loo. So, this motorhome lark ain't too bad, it's taking a while to get to grips but it's ...
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