The first part the inaugural tour of Luz has now ended, and I am now having a rest.
We spent 4 to 4.5 hours going round most of the sites involved in the Madeleine case, with a short stop off for a look at the Roman ruins, and a fairly extended discussion of the case at the beach front Lazuli café/bar.
That included a look at the logistics of the Smith sighting, and a debate about where Smithman went next
The main items outstanding are actually quite few. My guest wants a look at the June 2014 OG dig in central Luz, and having looked at the Smith sighting in daylight, a return visit some time after dark to nail what the Smiths could and could not see is outstanding.
Although there was a fair bit of walking, and much of Luz can only be described as hilly, I seem to have survived today’s exercise in good shape.
My visitor is made of sterner stuff than me, having had a dip in the pool before we met up! I won’t be in the pool until at least the beginning of May, and probably later, given the weather has been less than brilliant over the winter.
I would now estimate the whole lot could be done in around 5 hours, albeit that involves a considerable amount of walking.
The only thing I did not foresee is that the entire Tapas area appears to be closed at this time of the year, so trying out a meal there is a non-starter.