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Travel Blogs from Salies-de-Béarn
... for lunch. Everyone was having such a great time and buzzing with energy and excitement :) We left the competition early evening and rushed home to make some dinner before going to a friend of Toby's 30th birthday party - such a great night with a great bunch of people. It was a bit of a whirlwind arrival but everyone was very welcoming and obviously used to Toby having wwoofers along with him most of the time. The next day we went to visit the land - ...
... The sun didn't last long though, just a couple of hours of 'here's what it could be like' and then the rain was back on. I headed back to the hotel and spent the evening watching French Friends and French Nottinghill and making the most of the wifi Id been lacking for the past week. Not an extremely eventful visit to Pau, but really I just needed the time to unwind and it's so lovely and picturesque I'd definitely visit again. Now to go hunt those ...
... asked Rene the purpose of the structure. Apparently in every town in Basque Country you will find a similar structure to play a game called "Pelota". It is a handball game played with a small, hard bouncing ball, bare hand or wooden paddle and 2 teams of 3 players. I was quite intrigued an did see some families playing a variation of the game in Mauleon. We arrived Mauleon at around 2:30. The hostel was located in an old, old police station the exterior and stairways leading ...
... path into a gated pasture. From there the trail continued into the woods for hike that I included cutbacks advancing up a hill. After about an hour I arrived in a small town, Biquette. It was Saturday and the rain had stopped for a few hours. As I made my way out of town the trail markings continued . There were locals walking in town and as I left town there were locals walking with their dogs and jogging on road/ path I was travelling. The trail makings were poor on this route ...
... and each other to get all the eggs. Lot's of fun and you
get a little carried away in the excitement too, brings back
childhood! For lunch, it was as if we were royalty. Wow. To start we
had Oysters, Foie Gras and Champagne...the real deal. And lunch, my
oh my, who thought a roast chicken could possibly be this good. It is
like NOTHING you get in the supermarket, or likely a free range
butcher. Corn fed, so a lovely yellow colour and just so ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking