Domaine de Bassilour

Rue Burruntz , Bidart, Aquitaine, 64210, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rue Burruntz , Bidart, is near Place de la Bourse (Place Royale), Virgin on the Rock, St-Martin's Church, and Musee Historique de Biarritz.
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    Au Revoir Biarritz. Hola San Sebastien

    A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Aug 08, 2014

    29 photos

    ... to fit all of our stuff into him. Either my packing is getting worse or we have all managed to sneak in some more shopping along our travels. We certainly appreciated the only 1 hr travel time this change over which equates to about 8 stink bombs from Jesse's ever more toxic derrière. There must be some really interesting gear in the lasagne's over here. Next changeover is a 5+ hour drive to Barcelona, that doesn't even bear thinking about.


    Spanish Basque Pintxos

    A travel blog entry by rods-adventures on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... watching the French enjoy their summer holidays.
    Our tour guide Vincent led us to the harbour and to get some Basque Macarons which are completely different from the coloured ones but delicious. The harbour square area was a delight with the water clean and grey mullet swimming, artistes painting and selling their works. The town is beautiful.
    Back to the car and off to Spain and San Sebastian which we had heard so much about.
    I was glad ...

    Good cop...bad cop

    A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on May 05, 2014

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... presented me with a beautiful morning. The morning mist was rising as I started the ascent out of St Jean so I took the opportunity to pause and take photos. Cheryl went off in front, which I was happy for because I was taking it easy testing my foot out. I walked for a while with a man from Columbia who was in his 60s. He told me to make sure I drink from the fountain of Roland later on in the day because the waters will ensure I will make the distance to Santiago de ...

    Day 1 on the Camino

    A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Aug 13, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... the local drivers, be they a Basque, French, or Spanish, many of whom drove the foggy, windy mountain roads too fast. The second part of the walk was above the tree line, traversing in thick fog several alpine valleys, among the cows, horses and sheep from local ranches. With his feet barking at him, it was here that Robert changed out of his Limmer hiking boots, which were stiff and uncomfortable due to ...

    (Windy) Views Abound

    A travel blog entry by alohapilgrims on Apr 14, 2013

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... no again. Well, there were lots!)

    We walked in those conditions for over 17 km (10.5 miles). As breathless as we were the scenery was breathtaking. There were several historical statues, crosses, shepherd huts and significant views the entire way today. The trick is to look up and be present, in the moment now so not to miss the reason we are here. Al took pictures to share, I took potty breaks (kidding -sort of). The last 1-2 miles were steep downhill, ...