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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aquitaine Capbreton
Travel Blogs from Capbreton
... three guys from Orthez, and we sat with them during dinner. The host and our other Basque friend shared Basque songs with us during dinner. In fact, dinner last for three hours, punctuated by much wine and music. There was one song in which nearly everybody at the table knew a version in their own language, so they all sang it with the same tune and different lyrics. We also all knew Ultreia and gave the loudest, most off-key, and most ...
... d'Harrieta and descended down to the hamlet of Urdos. We thought we had reached our goal for the day but were informed by a friendly local that the hotel was another 2 km down the road! We did find it, however, took a much needed shower and spent a pleasant hour on their very shady terras having a local beer and wine. Stats: Distance: 17.8 kms Total ascent: 1087 meters Total descent: 1054 meters Hans and ...
... People are much friendlier here. I like it.
We arrived at the hotel around 7 pm. It is in Spain. The rooms are small but it's nice. Laurie is freaking out because they rooms do not have air. Not much around here but there is a nice sitting area in the hotel. We ate dinner here and enjoyed a glass of wine. Much cheaper.
Early to bed tonight! I'm so excited!!
Ps - My French is getting better. Just in time to move to Spain. Buenas ...
... back to win the second so a decider was to be played. Thanks to Peter’s skill, we scored three points on the last end to win, much to our surprise ........ and theirs!! According to French custom, the losers provide the drinks and a good evening was had by all!!
Brigitte and Christian, also not seen for a long time, invited us to lunch and dinner and it was great to see them too. At this rate I will have to buy some new ...
... town just inside the French border called Sare, which is surrounded by the Pyrenees mountains and as I said earlier the weather is brilliant so the views are stunning. We've even had a number of Griffon vultures soaring high above us - Ei reckons 16 at her last count. Sadly the campsite we were planning on using does not open until June but we have been lucky as there is an Aire on the outskirts of the town, so this is where we will be staying for tonight at least. We had a lovely ...