Valle de Tena

Cl La Cruz, Panticosa, Huesca, Aragón, 22661, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Cl La Cruz, Panticosa.
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Travel Blogs from Panticosa

Tourmalet!

A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson on Jul 25, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... go leaving all the climbs behind and getting ready to set off for Paris.

So here we are in our Paris apartment in the first arrondissement, a stone's throw from the Louvre.

Tomorrow we will find a place to watch the finish of the TDF and the womens race in the arvo Beforehand we will wander the streets for a bit and decide on what are our must sees.

Au revior



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Tourist in Lourdes

A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 25, 2014

Today was to be the tourist day, we all had our usual breakfast courtesy of Jean Jaques and Merete. We then walked about 3 klms to Lourdes to have a look around. Lourdes is very intriguing in the 1850s a young girl was at a local cave and she saw Virgin Mary. She was told to dig for water, she then saw her a further 17 times. So from that the tourist town of Lourdes was built. There are 15,000 people living in Lourdes, at its peak it had 680 hotels the most of any city outside Paris. ...

The Hautacam

A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 24, 2014

Today is another big day for the Tour de France. The riders make their way up the Col du Tourmelet, then onto the hautacam. We woke early once again, breakfast with Jean Jacques. Then rode from our accommodation to Lourdes. We then joined the bike track, which was once a railway line, so the gradients are great. Seems bizarre to ride flat roads again compared to all ...

Col du Tourmelet

A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 23, 2014

Again breakfast of champions with Jean Jacques. We loaded the van and drove to Luz-St-Sauver. The climb out of the town was great gradual 7%. On brand new hot mix, so smooth. The climb was long at 19klm. The views on the way up was simply amazing, the best views of any climb that we've done. We stayed at the top for an hour to take in the views. Words can't explain the view, the feeling of being on top of the ...

Col du Aubisque

A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 22, 2014

... upper Pyrenees have no fences so stock just walk freely. Horses, cows, sheep and goats. An interesting thing is they breed horses for eating. Also tiny road side houses selling one cheese only, they live in the house and in the winter the they have their stock under their houses. The top of the Aubisque is quite developed, with shops selling souvenirs, shirts, beers etc. we sat up on the Aubisque for about ...