Chateau d'Agnos

Agnos, Basque Country, Aquitaine, 64400, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Agnos

Roadie trip with a stop off at Pau

A travel blog entry by rods-adventures on Aug 02, 2014

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Up early to pack ready for out trip to Bayonne, bike wheels off and all packed then another lovely breakfast with David & Sundara and friends Robin & Celia. Big hugs all round before driving down the Canal, setting the GPS for Bayonne where we were going to stay with a terrific vibrant young couple we had met in Thailand at the end of 2012. We had ...

Pascal goes to Pau

A travel blog entry by jacquistravels on Aug 01, 2014

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We said our goodbyes to David and Sundara and headed off from Ventenac to the Basque, 425km drive, we decided to go via the tolls and wow can you eat of the km's on these autoroutes, cruising along at 130km it wasn't long before we had cruised past Toulouse and was 1/2 way there. Pau was a stopping point to check out the city as we had been told it was really nice. Now before you all call it Pau it is pronounced PO and that's not poo either. Pau is located at the foot ...

Transit to Bergerac an TT

A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 26, 2014

... called Isobel to look out for us. We were then seen on the TV twice at one point for about 5 seconds... Pete and I then turned our attention to some real Tour de France memorabilia, we grabbed a few signs, that we're no longer in need. Then we started our drive towards Orleans, with a couple of stops to grab some more signs. We arrived in Orleans, our accommodation was very basic, Marc, Pete and I were in the same room, we had dinner at the buffet at the hotel, again basic but filling. ...

Tourist in Lourdes

A travel blog entry by markrathmell on Jul 25, 2014

... them selves and filling up all sorts of containers from thimble sized up to 20litre drums. Doesn't seem so special if you can take 20litres. We then walked through the town, there are 200 shops simply selling bottles and vials for the water. The town now is a different place then it would have been in its peak. There are now only 350 hotels in operational order, 330 have simple closed down and people have walked away. We then went to the Notre Dame Castle which dominates the ...

A strange co-incidence and snow in July!

A travel blog entry by rosabranca on Jul 05, 2014

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... mainly funding them from his own resources rather than taxing the people! http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_IV _of_France On Sunday morning we went to Mass at the St Jacques church. Over the years, travelling in France and Spain, we have grown to expect beautiful buildings, but small congregations of elderly women, a worn out priest, out of tune congregational singing and rather dull liturgy, but we go anyway. Quelle surprise! This ...