Suite Aparthotel y Spa Eth Refugi d'Aran
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... br> I convinced J that a walk would be most enjoyable so after a hearty breakfast at the Paradore (after originally entering the breakfast area seeking but a coffee), we sought some stilted guidance from the Spanish speaking staff member at reception and off we headed (I find it funny that sometimes people are so embarrassed almost at their limited Spanish when it should be we, as visitors to their country who should be more conversant in the local lingo).
Good luck this morning - there was a produce and everything else market at the little town we stayed at last night. We have bought heaps of little gifts , it was a fun experience negotiating in Spanish / English/ sign language. We have made it to Barcelona in one piece. Spanish drivers are crazy !, somehow we have managed to ...
... Route organization is amazing. There are safety motorcycles everywhere keeping an eye on everyone. I had to stop for a pee on this stretch and I had a safety motorcycle wait for me and then lead me back to the peloton! I felt as though I was in the Tour! Another time, I was in the lead coming through a small town in the flat section at high speed. We had a motorcyclist in front of us blowing his horn and whistle to get traffic out of the way!
The Col du Port ...
... us, but as they were camping we had the 10 bed dormitory to ourselves, there were no other guests. We are finding that not very many people are walking this section of the GR 10, probably because accommodation is very limited. To begin the day we had a transfer by car from Aunac to St Lizier de Ustou. The very friendly taxi driver made a small detour for us so we could get some money out of a teller machine in a town along the way. When he dropped us off the trail of ...
This day will go into history as "the day of the mud"... We started off at 0730 Hrs with a short transfer to the hamlet of Bouche. The area here is extremely rural, just some tiny little villages, some with a gite in them, and not more than a few dozen houses. We knew the day was going to be long, so we wasted no time and were on the trail at ten to eight. As usual the day started with an interesting little climb, ...