Hotel Balladins Foix Confort
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Balladins Foix Confort
Travel Blogs from Foix
... a duck salad - foie gras, dried duck, and duck gizzards, with greens and bread. I won't need to eat again until tomorrow morning! Deep thanks to Carl and Nancy for sharing their home and their lives in Languedoc region of France with me. It has been fabulous beyond my ...
... mountain. Nancy and I climbed a steep and rocky path to the top - and were rewarded by excellent views of the whole area, including belled cows in the fields far below - and her lime green VW in the parking lot. After carefully descending (hiking poles were very helpful) we drove a short distance to the quaint village of Montsegur - and luckily found the only open restaurant. We each had the plate of the day - a bean ...
On Monday, after Carl and Nancy went for a bike ride and I, a walk, we returned to Mirapoix for the Monday market, parking the lime green VW bug near the centre ville at the home of friends of Carl and Nancy. After greeting both husband and wife we set off on foot for the plaza and the market. The whole centre ville area was filled with vendors - meat, vegetables, bread, live animals, plants, jewelry, housewares, clothing - you can get the drift! I actually bought a ...
... in a small village perched on the hillside. The multi course meal with appropriate wines for each course was very special. Thanks! On the way to Aragon we saw brightly painted circus cars with various animals painted on the sides - reminiscent of the circus trains featured in old children's' books. Several camel were out grazing by the side of the world. After ...
This week has been a highlight. We joined "hundreds" of French people and stocked up on cheap groceries and petrol near the border before crossing from Spain into France. Our first (magnificent) French meal was at an idyllic setting by the river in St Etienne de Baigorry. This is where we said goodbye to Peter & Myriam.
From our B&B in in the quaint village of Borce, we visited a nearby park to see the animals native to the Pyrenees. I was on a ...