Hotel Ohartzia

Address: 28 rue Garat, St-Jean-de-Luz, Basque Country, Aquitaine, 64500, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 28 rue Garat, St-Jean-de-Luz, is near Maison Louis XIV and Maison de l'Infante Joanoenia.
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          Travel Blogs from St-Jean-de-Luz

          From Bidart to Ciboure par Saint Jean de Luz

          A travel blog entry by sorincohn on Sep 17, 2015

          85 photos

          ... Ispegui. The "cipirones à la plancha" were excellent and so was the "magnet de canard aux trois poivres avec ses frittes alumette tordus". Plus two glasses of a good red... Plus a moelleux de chocolat avec sa glacé de vanille et un sauce caramel. Then a nice Armagnac at Café de la Plage on the way back... And more writing and picture uploading before I fall asleep with windows open to the sea and the perfumed garden below. It's going to be 11 deg. ...

          Basque cider festival

          A travel blog entry by miki.abe on May 31, 2015

          3 photos

          I think it's funny that I chose to study abroad in Basque Country and I didn't even know what basque was. I thought that basque was just a dialect of Spanish and that I would be fine sliding by with what little Spanish I had learned in high school. Nope. Basque is in no way related to Spanish; it's a whole different language filled with K's and X's. What the heck? How did everyone else know that? ...

          Discovering Donostia

          A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Oct 02, 2014

          6 photos

          ... out for more pintxos again! At Atari Gastroteka we had slow cooked beef cheeks, and at Fuego Negro we had squids ink aioli with mushroom risotto, green olives and anchovies, and also Makobe, which was a little hamburger with banana crisps on the side. Craig can't resist the cheesecake at La Vina so on the way back home we had a slice with a cafe cortado, and then took the 10 steps across the alleyway ...

          Pinchos, merlot and a busted car

          A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 10, 2014

          3 comments, 22 photos

          ... many phone calls they told us that they would send us a mechanic and once he arrived then they would ascertain if we should go with him to a garage to wait for the car to be fixed or if we should have a taxi sent for us to go to another Hertz to get a new hire car. We thought this would take forever to get the mechanic out but we were pleasantly surprised that within about 20mins he had already arrived! He didn't speak one word of English so with our bad French, a lot of gestures and ...

          Off the beaten path!

          A travel blog entry by sagedave on Apr 07, 2014

          1 comment, 5 photos

          ... highlight was visiting a shepherd's home high in the Basque Country to see how he makes cheese. Unfortunately these images are on my camera so we can't share now, but the night was incredible. We sat with Miguel, eating bread and cheese and drinking wine. Then he showed us his cheese press and cheese storage which were resting on boards placed across the beds. Cheese is only made from February to April while the sheep nurse their young. Miguel ...