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Day 4: Argelès-Gazost – Col du Tourmalet – Col d’Aspin – Col de Peyresourde – Bagnères-de-Luchon Today is the most demanding of them all – three infamous tour climbs all in quick succession. We are feeling the effects of yesterday’s efforts. Our day started with a lovely flat scenic ride from Argelès, surrounded by granite peaks with picturesque castles and churches perched on the green slopes above us. ...
We stop for lunch in a pretty mountain village called Broto, A weird Spanish omelette with ham, then on down valley to The wonderfully name La Pobla de Segur and the only hotel named in the Tomtom, the Hotel Sole.
It is another business hotel, a comfortable 3-star with friendly staff but no character. It is too far out ...
... green vegetation imaginable!
... be a separate country. The bad news is I still don’t know anything about it. I went there alright but after 2 hours of traffic madness in 34 degree heat and finding absolutely nowhere to park the van my stress levels were near critical so I gave up and drove back out. They actually have border crossings too which is the first time I’ve encountered that on this trip. I managed to try and drive off before I should have coming back into Spain which resulted ...
... we negotiated the rocky path.
However that was all put to one side as we had refreshments to celebrate our safe return from hiking the Pyranees.
In mid afternoon we visited the spa. It is one of many in the area, including Lourdes some distance away. The spa is said to have special healing powers and we thought that it might do our knees some good.
Firstly we had to go into a cavern (the Vaporium) that ran into the side of ...