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

    Boredom and Annoyances

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... At this point, it was after 9:30 and we were going to bed. We had plans to wake at 6am. When went to brush my teeth, the man and woman literally cornered me and started asking me extremely personal questions. Then they five times demanded that I sing for them, which I flat-out refused. Finally, I made my escape and went to bed. For the next two hours, the family ate and laughed and sang in the same room where we were trying to sleep. They didn’t ...

    Magnolias and Palm Trees

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... fact, just after noon. Hagetmau looked very different from the other cities we have been in so far. It was filled with heavily-scented flowers, palm trees, magnolias, and fountains. Really, the whole place smelled like flowers; it was wonderful.

    The refuge was a very cheap 5 euros. It had a washer and dryer at our disposal and a clean kitchen. However, the shower was on an 8 second timer. Every 8 seconds, you had to hit a button to keep it going, and each time ...

    The Route 66 and Orangina

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 19, 2015

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    ... keep me company, for which I was grateful.

    We filled our time with conversation, which kept my mind off my feet; though, after the painkiller, I was able to walk at a more normal pace without limping. We talked about our families and our home lives. We also talked about what we had hoped to get out of the pilgrimage and what we were actually getting from it. I was unusually open with him, and it felt good to talk with someone that personally. I ...

    Mr. Frodo and Vikings

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 18, 2015

    ... the refuge. I watched an episode of The Vikings on my tablet then took a long nap. I was awoken by the doorbell at 1:20pm, and it was my companions who had just finished their walk. We then tried to make our plans for walking tomorrow. I told them that there was no need for them to change their plans on my account, that I was perfectly capable of walking alone. I went back to bed to continue my nap.

    At this point, I was feeling very ...

    Soup and Storms

    A travel blog entry by kayllisti on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... refuge in Farbo was not a very welcoming place. The woman who ran it at first told us to wait for her welcome before we entered, then decided that she couldn’t be bothered to show up. So, her husband let us in and collected our money. They should be ashamed to run such a place. The electric did not work in most of the outlets, the kitchen was filthy with broken cabinets and plates, the bathroom was molded through, ...