Hotel Du Sablar

Address: 3 Place Jean Jaures, Mont-de-Marsan, Aquitaine, 40000, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3 Place Jean Jaures, Mont-de-Marsan.
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    Travel Blogs from Mont-de-Marsan

    Last long day, and better than expected!

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 06, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... people and have tried to look it up, but it certainly isn't mostly grown as fodder - it is a huge industry, esp from SW France, and is used and exported for corn products etc.... We have come to the hilly country again, but today wasn't too extreme in the ups and downs. Because of the long distance, and the threat of afternoon storms, we consciously marched on trying to get as many kms done before the weather broke. It ...

    Good walk, Pyrenees now definitely in sight!

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 05, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... the bar and have down time (and wifi!). We have definitely moved into hillier country, but every now and then still come across flat expanses of corn. But we have also moved back to many cows again, and quite a lot of poultry farms. Had to do some ups and downs today, which was good practice, because we are approaching the mountains. And we are back to really gorgeous views. There was some rain in the night, but again we were lucky. Put on ponchos for a few ...

    A lot of corn today!

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 04, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... little paths through forest, but mostly through corn and corn and corn. It got quite boring as it was too high to see anything else - higher than even an elephant's eye - and it was mostly dead or drying....I had been told that the corn was used largely for fodder (for cows and ducks) but I also read that this summer was terribly hot, at just the wrong time for the corn, so maybe some of the dead and drying fields are ...

    A great day - not a death march!!

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 03, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... distance in mind, and were clocking up the kms, even though it was a pretty walk. It makes a difference when you know it is a long way. We relaxed when, after walking 14 kms, we found a sign saying it was 14 kms to Aire sur l'Adour. After that we relaxed as we knew that it wasn't going to be a 30+ walk. We also found we had moved into completely different countryside. Even though our path, thankfully, was fairly flat, we are now coming to ...

    More vineyards, corn and chestnut trees

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 02, 2015

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... the tree tunnels which often act as the fence between fields. There are now acres and acres of corn, drying and going yellow and dead looking. They are apparently harvested soon, and are used as fodder for the animals in winter. The French don't eat corn on the cob, though we do often have lovely fresh, sweet corn in salads. But mostly it is grown as fodder. Here anyway. We ...