La Ferme Ostalapia

Address: 2621 chemin d'Ostalapia, Ahetze, Basque Country, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, Aquitaine, 64210, France | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2621 chemin d'Ostalapia, Ahetze, is near Maison Louis XIV, C. Henriet, and Maison de l'Infante Joanoenia.
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      Travel Blogs from Ahetze

      Cardio time

      A travel blog entry by hi-mel on Jan 19, 2015

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      ... when the dog ran down it. I thought he was trying to kill the dog! But no. The dog was very athletic and brought the ball right back. When we went back to Cameron's flat Ian was there which was nice. And *clears throat* THE ITALIAN ROOMMATE IS GOING TO BE HERE IN A HALF HOUR! I'm so pumped. He better be hot. I'm currently taking a siesta which is between 2-4:30ish where shops close and people nap. Tonight the whole town is having a party that starts at midnight and goes for 24 ...

      What a find

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Jan 12, 2015

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      ... so we were there in no time. Got off the bus and headed to the main centre. I was surprised by the architecture of the buildings around the centre, when we first drove around it on Saturday it looked to me a little slummy, there are so many high rises that really don't look pleasing however when you enter the main centre, the view is complete different. It is quite an old city with lots of battles taking place between Britain and ...

      Bayonne to San Sebastián

      A travel blog entry by gerryu on Sep 30, 2014

      22 photos

      ... dominated by an island in the middle (but no prison) and sea food is the city specialty. Such a beautiful city ! We were led by our guide on a "pintxo" (pronounced - pincho, we're so Basque...) crawl for dinner. This San Sebastián and Basque tradition begins on any evening that begins with a setting sun. The bars have tables or bar tops covered with multiple levels of food trays. Customers squeeze by the crowded bar and point to ...

      We made the strenuous day one! I did it!

      A travel blog entry by joss.camino on Oct 02, 2013

      7 photos

      ... like this, how would I do it if I can barely go the first 7 km if this was only about a quarter of the way. However I made it. My younger companion (obviously in physical better shape than me) went on ahead at her own pace and waited for me at intervals. Seeing her friendly wave of welcome when I caught up again, every time lifted my spirit. At about 12:30 we reached a caravan oasis in the middle of nowhere with some basic refreshments after covering 16 kilometres by ...

      Tapas & Bihotza: A Taste of Travel

      A travel blog entry by joce.whitehead on Jul 23, 2013

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      ... and sangria), and took us to their favourite tapas bars in town. It was very hard to leave, and I had to promise that I would return, but bringing more of my Canadian friends. As I left, I asked one of the staff to tell me a word in Basques that he would want me to remember the hostel by. He chose the word Bihotza, which means heart in Basques. This goodbye was surprisingly emotional and I believe it was because the ...