Premiere Classe Tarbes - Bastillac

Address: Z.I de Bastillac, Tarbes, Midi-Pyrénées, 65000, France | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Z.I de Bastillac, Tarbes, is near Pyrenees National Park (Parc National des Pyrenees).
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Travel Blogs from Tarbes

The Pinball Wizard and Apocalyptic Snow

A travel blog entry by jackospades on Feb 12, 2015

5 photos

... called to make sure we were ok. It snowed on and off all week and with freezing temperatures it was hard work keeping things clear. The Friday before the family arrived I had a frantic call from Louise to say her chimney was on fire and could Stefan come quick. Poor thing was on her own as Tony was in hospital once again for an operation, this time on his carotid artery. She had called the Pompiers, but because of the conditions it was an hour and half ...

Another New Year!

A travel blog entry by jackospades on Jan 19, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... there’s Dodge dragging Poppy across the lounge floor by her leg! He obviously wasn’t hurting her or she would be squealing, but it didn’t look good!

Feeding time is another challenge. Dodge, who has become a complete pig as far as food is concerned, does at least know that he is not allowed to lick out any of the cat dishes until they have finished. Not so Poppy. Even though she may have the same food as Clyde in a different dish, she always ...

Do You Believe in Miracles?

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 17, 2015

10 comments, 16 photos

... held and besieged by everyone from Charlemagne—who failed to take it—to Edward the Black Prince of England, who came here after his great victory at Poitier in 1356 abd is buried in Canterbury Cathedral with all his regalia, by the way. Along the way it has been part of Gascony, part of Aquitaine, been held by Romans, Franks, Muslims, the Angevin Empire, the English, local lords, and France. And it never really was a terribly important place.

There ...

Taking Stock

A travel blog entry by jackospades on Nov 30, 2014

3 photos

... heads and won’t change.

I pay a total of 6 different taxes; tax on my personal income with only a 7000€ allowance, income tax on my business of 14.1% but without the ability to offset any costs, habitation tax which includes my TV licence, council tax, a holiday tax for each person who stays here at 0.34€ per person per night and a new local annual business tax of 200+€. Three of those are fixed regardless of ...

The Mountains at Last

A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 12, 2014

9 comments, 9 photos

... site at the moment and our view is of the snow capped mountains…..bliss!


After a well earned early night we packed a picnic and set off into the Pyrenees to see how close we could get to the snow……well it didn’t look too far……we had the most incredible walk which firstly took us on a zig zag through the woods before we popped out onto the mountain with 360 deg panoramic views as far as the eye could see. As if this ...