Chateau d'Agnos

Address: Agnos, Basque Country, Aquitaine, 64400, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in Agnos.
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Travel Blogs from Agnos

This was one of my big dreames

A travel blog entry by susanjourney on Mar 24, 2015

4 comments, 58 photos

... THE WALK IN SPAIN, THE CAMINO AND HE CAME FROM MANITOBA TO DO IT AND HE QUIT AT 90 KMS. BECAUSE OF BLISTERS......I TOLD HIM I UNDERSTOOD. AND I FOUND IT SO HARD. BUT HE SAID HE WAS VERY IMPRESSED I DID IT AND FINISHED IT, I THINK IT WAS HIS WAY OF SAY WOW YOU ARE BIG AND OLD AND YOU DID IT.....HA HA ANY WAY AFTER ONLY 6 DAYS GOING BACH HOME, THAT IS SAD...BUT THATS THE WAY THE CAMINO IS .SO IT IS BED TIME AND I AM TIRIED , SO I HAVE A FEW PICTURES ALONG THE WAY HERE ON ...

LEAVING GARABANDAL TODAY

A travel blog entry by susanjourney on Mar 21, 2015

54 photos

SO THIS WAS QUITE A EXPERIENCE FOR ME... WALKING UP TO THE "PINES" BEING IN THE SAME PLACE OUR HOLY MOTHER WAS WITH THE CHILDREN. SUCH A PERSONAL TIME.EVERYONE YOU MEET HAS A HOLY' SPIRIT ABOUT THEM. IT IS A BEAUTIFUL FEELING TO BE AROUND. I WOULD LOVE TO STAY,BUT IT IS COLD AND I AM NOT DRESSED FOR IT. SO BACK TO SANTANDER ,GET ...

Do You Believe in Miracles?

A travel blog entry by samcohon on Jan 17, 2015

10 comments, 16 photos

... demonstrating that he had no need to surrender as he still had enough food to give some away. Charlemagne’s bishop, of Le Puy-en-valee, even more cleverly suggested that Mirat didn’t need to surrender to Charlemagne, but he could instead surrender to the Virgin Mary and keep his fortress and save his garrison. And so that’s what Mirat did, accepting baptism and taking the name of Lorus, which was soon corrupted to Lourdes and became the name ...

Day 12: Sainte Engrâce - Arette-Pierre-St-Martin

A travel blog entry by trek-for-rodney on Jul 17, 2010

2 photos

Hardest ascent so far from 630m to 1800m. Also, most of it was in thick cloud and one endless stony zig zag road felt like "the road to purgatory" for Felix. At the top we were rewarded by a tiny house selling Brebis (sheep) cheese by a couple who looked like they were living in the '80s. And the wife had her top inside out: "maybe that's what they do around here to save on washing", Felix mused. On the way into PSM, as well ...

Day 11: Larrau - Sainte Engrâce

A travel blog entry by trek-for-rodney on Jul 16, 2010

3 photos

This felt like a long day (9hrs). Climbed 1000m from the bottom of a gorge to the top. They are supposed to be spectacular but you can't see much from high above. First day that was grey and we were so grateful. Felix's hip began hurting again for the last 3 hours which slowed him down eventually to snail pace.

We holidayed as a family at Sainte Engrace so we scattered some more ashes in a field overlooking its 11th century church. Camped by the church and made ...