Hotel Du Parc
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- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Du Parc Salies-de-Béarn
Travel Blogs from Salies-de-Béarn
The day started perfectly with cool clear weather and breakfast out by the river and a walk round the caravan park on the river bank. The drive to the south past 5th century ruins and steep farming land, was spectacular and then we stopped for coffee in Cordes, a world heritage listed hilltop town of about the 12th C before the unification of France. Grand, but the temperature is rising towards 37 degrees. From here to our new home, the Pyrennees, with snow caps are a visible ...
... by AF staff seeking evidence that we had paid the surcharge for our bike bags – there was no common sense as the bikes were already on the plane – anyway after holding up the departure of the A320 for 20 minutes, they let us board.
The flight to Pau was uneventful.
3.0 Baggage Disaster
We waited patiently at the carousel for our bags. The Captain spied ...
... farther than the 70's because our moms knew each other in Alberta, Canada. Bruce's mom, Vangie Dennis, was my mom's elementary school teacher in a small farm school near Edmonton, Alberta. They reunited in Chicago where Dr. Dennis worked at Swedish Covenant along with both my parents. We all went to North Park Covenant Church together and were connected not only by the ...
The Pilgrim's office found us a hostal booking at one of the local restaurant / hostal in a dorm environment without bunk beds. But because they had to prepare for breakfast fairly early we were given the boot at 7:00 AM. Rather than stumbling around in the dark and knowing there was going to be an open air market today, we lingered in St Jean Pied du Port. We got our picture at the ancient Roman gate to the community then headed toward ...
... saw Sebastian, the Swiss guy who was cycling the Camino, pushing his bike up the hill. At this particular point in the path, the climb was so steep that there was no way anyone could cycle up it. I walked with him for a while joking about how he was cheating by walking and then as we came to a section that went down hill for a few hundred metres before going up hill again he climbed onto his bike and rolled away from me with a giant grin on his face. Git!