Hotel La Casuena
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... felt somewhat chastened to find an 80€ parking fine!!!! Doh!!! Though maybe on reflection, we didn't see it at all, coz I am now unable to find any trace of it whatsoever!! We had more idea of the route today (although the range of road options are quite limited) so was able to find our way without too much angst. As the mid arvo arrived, we found ourselves passing through the delightful valleys passing through a constantly varying and incredible vista ...
... through the imposing gates of the wall so we retraced our steps and entered the most secure village of Navarrenx. I don't think the entire wall survives today but this walled village is amazingly expansive and seems to be a modern hub for visitors. Julie marched off to use her schooldays French Language skills to order coffee and returned to the table pleased at the seemingly magical return of skills she'd not used in years. However, the transaction ended up with but only one ...
... Paradore complete with a spa bath . Magnificent scenery right outside our window Thursday We have had a tremendous walk in the Pyrenees this morning to the most spectacular water falls imaginable . Of course they are not in full swing as it's the end of summer but there is still glimpses of snow on the peaks . We have moved to a place called arties which is again a unique quaint village . ( will post the photos when I can ...
... comfort zone (and fitness zones too).
Now bus dropped me up but they have a couple of hours off in the middle of the day so it was a long walk back to the Sanctuary area. I accidentally came upon my hotel with the Lourdes Waxworks a couple of doors further on. Now I am not the least bit interested in wax museums, choosing not to visit them in London or Paris but I had a free ticket with my pass so I called in. I should have been prepared, for in the ...
... used as a 'door', a piece of frayed rope. We all survived and I now have some idea of where things are.
I heard the most beautiful singing coming from one of the churches. I popped in to be in time for mass at the ROSARY. It was being celebrated in French but I seemed to be more 'in tune' than the one at Notre Dame last week. This church is beautiful and has the most glorious mosaics adorning the ceiling.
It is most noticeable ...