Hotel-Restaurant Le Rancho

Address: 14 Avenue Jean Lartigau, Labenne, Aquitaine, 40530, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14 Avenue Jean Lartigau, Labenne.
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    Travel Blogs from Labenne

    On our own

    A travel blog entry by noelenebarrell on Oct 23, 2015

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... the guy came back he was able to change the tyre in a short time and we took off for Zamora (about 210 kms). We arrived about 5.30 pm and couldn't find the hotel. A nice old Spanish guy walked me to the hotel. By now it is about 6.30 and they say there are no rooms for us. The only plus was you wouldn't really want to stay there! We then went to centre of the town and asked directions to the hotel, thinking the one I looked at couldn't possibly be the one we ...

    Double Double Toil and Trouble

    A travel blog entry by maddieeakin on Jun 06, 2015

    1 photo

    "Do you believe in witches?" the tour guide of a small witch museum asked with a smile on her face. She said there is a Basque saying which translates to: "You don't have to believe, they are." This phrase surprised me. Then she said “Even if you do not believe, you don’t have to say they are not.” We don’t have any known rules like this in America. If someone doesn’t believe in a way of life or a cause it is know by ...

    Hondarribia et Hendaye

    A travel blog entry by karele on Jul 19, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... la seule fois d'ailleurs je devais avoir 6 ans) et j'avais adoré ça. C'est toujours aussi bon, je pense que ça va être au menu pas mal de fois! Yesterday we went for a walk on the Hendaye beach but unfortunately we didn't have our swimmers.. The sea was very inviting, very calm and not too cold. In the evening a gale force 10 wind appeared out of nowhere and as a result our anchor dragged, some glasses fell on the floor (but didn't ...


    A travel blog entry by susankington on Sep 20, 2013

    6 photos

    ... to it and parted with the thought that ‘There;s nowt so queer as folk’ or similar Yorkshire wisdom.

    We spend the morning walking along the beach front to its furthest point, where we have lunch looking out to sea. A flock of sparrows join us pecking for crumbs between our feet.

    With the weather looking better as the day progresses we decide to walk all the way round to the other end of the bay in an area called Socoa,where an ...

    St Jean de Luz to St Jean Pied De Port

    A travel blog entry by glynei on Apr 21, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... the small medieval town and even managed to see some chaps play Pelota - a basque version of Squash but much older. Usually played with a wicker basket type racket, our guys though had opted for he mark one hand. 18th April. Had a bit of a problem getting to sleep last night because of local 'turf wars' - Barn Owl v Tawny. Honestly they sounded as though they were just above our heads and the noise the little so and so's made. We did laugh though as you could almost ...