Hotel Du Parc
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- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Du Parc Salies-de-Béarn
Travel Blogs from Salies-de-Béarn
... riding the rapids and jumping in the water, it was freezing cold but easy with a wetsuit on. Sebastian had spent time in Australia and made it very easy for a couple of old ***** like us, easily beyond the years of others on the adventure. We came home tired but happy around 7 pm for chilli con carne stuffed pumpkin with a Madiran, 2012 ...
... built for hydro power. The track was originally used to service the dam building etc. The views were spectacular and we had a salad picnic beside the lake before meeting our return train at 1315. We went back up to the Col du Pourtalet border crossing to buy more Spanish rose and such, then came home to finish off old Henry ...
... 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 ...
... fairly steep and long hikes in the Rockies we had never really done more than two long days at a time, combined with additional shorter hikes. Then add the backpacks to that equation and walking every day, then we begin to move into less familiar ground. Having said that, many of the days that Aaron and I were working on the house, particularly when we were re-sheathing the roof with 5/8" plywood, it felt like I had walked and climbed a comparable amount; ...
... we'd prefer to enjoy the walk as opposed to making it a fair dinkum pilgrimage. After all, we haven't sinned... we don't need to make that ultimate trek for salvation!!!Well, I am assuming my fellow trekkers are as pure as my good self.
So now I'm putting my life on hold and attempting the long and possibly sometimes difficult journey.