Hotel Villa L'Arche

Address: Chemin Camboenea, Bidart, Aquitaine, 64210, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Chemin Camboenea, Bidart, is near Place de la Bourse (Place Royale), Museum of the Sea (Musee de la Mer), Place Gambetta, and C. Henriet.
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    Travel Blogs from Bidart

    Day 1 Camino de Santiago

    A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Sep 20, 2014

    20 photos

    ... this reminded me of the stork nests in Strasberg - will have to find out what sort of bird it is. I sat at a cafe and watched the crowd for a while. The waitress was dreadfully slow and didn't seem to be thrilled to be at work. I couldn't believe the two women beside me - one of them complained she had some hairs on her chin that needed removing, so her colleague pulled out the tweezers and started plucking hairs and showing them to her - this went on for at least ...

    On the Spanish border

    A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Sep 04, 2014

    1 comment, 90 photos

    ... a visit if you ever got the chance. The shops are great and Dee had a fantastic look around.



    All of our shopping was done in a local supermarket and they have everything as was reported on previous blogs. Some things are pricey but what is cheap is the wine. Basque country is the area between France and Spain where the locals don’t class themselves as either. They say they are Basques. Very strange but it seems ...

    An architectural wonder, and pintxos, pintxos

    A travel blog entry by helwit on Aug 04, 2014

    17 photos

    ... Portuguese and English combined to drive them out, but in the process the mercenary liberating soldiers looted and burned all but a few streets. So the current old town dates from rebuilding at this time. After this Donostia became fashionable as Queen Isabel II's doctors recommended sea bathing for her skin afflictions. Of course many aristocrats followed and the city needed to grow. To enable this expansion in 1860's the town walls were demolished ...

    Back to Spain.. Hola San Sebastian!

    A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on May 07, 2014

    ... and talked about our sabbatical so far and the wonderful memories we’ve had. We also spoke about how the time is running our very quickly and that the European leg is almost towards its end. Travel really helps you to live in the moment while at the same time helps you to keep an eye on the future.

    San Sebastian was a really good recommendation and we’re glad we made our way back into Spain to see it. Our next stop is Tour, ...

    Day 1, St Jean PP to Roncesvalles (27.1km)

    A travel blog entry by burke.hamish on Aug 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... my walking stick and my agenda. You cannot help but contemplate. The day passed almost too fast. Before we knew it we were in Roncesvalles, 6 hours after starting out. We stayed in a church albergue, the only one on offer and experienced servant hood and care in an astounding measure, and one that has continued through our Camino. After a pilgrim's dinner at a local bar we headed to a pilgrim's mass. The mass was catholic, in Spanish and ...