Domaine De Millox
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... way restrictive. Which reminds me that I did take too many spare clothes. Anyhow, "better safe than sorry" has been my motto ever since the early mountain adventures in Romania when I saw people suffering for being caught in snow storms without proper shoes or jackets, or having myself to go up and down the mountain to bring a hapless unprepared traveller some extra water to get him going again. Today is going to Best regards, the longest day - about 27 km and climbing ...
... is important to take from this story that not everything we see can be understood at first-glance. We carry with us filters and shaped perspectives about the world as a result of our past and our upbringing. We need to realize though, that these filters can discolor what is actually happening.
By traveling, we open ourselves up to seeing things that may be different from what we would immediately think of as right or normal. To call ourselves ...
... he obviously had a good day and ended up only 11 minutes behind at the end of the day. Terry’s position in second place was threatened. The challenge was on!
Day Seven, the last day was about 115km with three climbs but only 70km timed. Terry’s plan was to go for it, minimize stops at the aid stations and put the pressure on Victor. Dave, Paul and I volunteered to be ‘domestiques’ - to lead Terry out and let him draft us. ...
... three mountains making very good time to our destination. The weather wasn't kind to us. Cloud increased and soon we were in the fog again. Then the rain came and we had to get into full raingear. Suddenly we saw a farm with a very large barn. We joked that we hoped that this was not our accommodation as we would have to sleep in the barn! Of course it was, and yes, we did sleep in a section of the barn that had been turned into accommodation...
... for the morning. Note to self: don't sit my butt on the ground.
Orisson is a little Albergue half way up the mountain and is a rest stop for most pilgrims and a welcome warmth from the cold outside. Arrive sweating like crazy from the effort but it's freezing and you go cold real quick. Cannot officially check in until 12 so hang out with great coffee and only at 2€. Yippee! Still in France and cross into Spain ...