Domaine de Bassibe
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- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... was the most famous product of the Basque area, to be told, very nicely, that this was Béarn and it was quite different from Basque! They are all so proud of their cheeses, hams, wines etc. We do have to be careful from now on however, as the Basque names for places is completely different from the French ones, and we must look for signs if they aren't bilingual! Each day is so different and so ...
We have had an unexpectedly lazy day today. We knew that we only had to walk 10 kms (and that was right!) and left our B&B straight after breakfast. It was a lovely place, and a very nice woman our hostess, but it was a bit too close.....not really our own space, or they theirs. We had a lovely dinner last night - a beautiful fresh salad followed by a wonderful omelette (with potato, onion and bacon) - yum! I ...
Today started out really well. It was fine and sunny - which were the final predictions, the storm and tempest were not expected till the afternoon. So it was lovely, and we found ourselves with the wonderful postcard views everywhere, dairy farms on green grassy slopes, Pyrenees still looming, and every now and then a flat section with more of the eternal corn. (By the way my chatter about corn is just that - chatter....I ...
Another 18 kms today, fairly easy and relaxed, and surroundings are definitely changing. Left our wonderful accommodation at about 9. It is fun interspersing B&B style accommodation with hotels. At the guest houses it is very convivial, with interaction with the hosts and other guests, many of whom you have met on and off along the route. Dinner is like a dinner party, with wonderful home cooked food. Today we are at a little hotel in a small town, and can ...
... about Atura, as there were other cafes etc with it in their names. Also, our host told us it is a play on words too, as the hotel is so secluded - right in the town but surrounded by trees and the river, that you are at one with nature, which we certainly were! Anyway, we left crossing the bridge and had a climb up from the river to the upper town, and from there we walked on a vast flat plateau most of the ...