Hotel Villa L'Arche

Address: Chemin Camboenea, Bidart, Aquitaine, 64210, France | Hotel
 
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      Cardio time

      A travel blog entry by hi-mel on Jan 19, 2015

      5 photos

      So today Cameron and I took a jog to Deusto. I was dying. He was 10x a better runner than me. We then met up and climbed then hill to see the statue of Jesus. My legs are dead. I have never in my entire life climbed up hills that steep. The dogs are different here than in America. Dogs here are mostly small dogs more seen as an accessory I would say. Always wearing coats paired next to stylish women. On our hike we saw a man kick the ball off this very steep ledge and about had a ...

      On the Spanish border

      A travel blog entry by kevdeeworldtour on Sep 04, 2014

      1 comment, 90 photos

      ... be handy I suppose. It was absolutely filthy. The previous occupants had never cleaned up their mess and I just shut the door and had plans to inform the reception ASAP. After a short while we were set up and the Mossies started to come out. Into Daisy and battened down the hatches. The site has its own pool which looks nice. There is a restaurant and a shop. So all is not too bad. Like the rest of the sites it is quite expensive. So we will ...

      Now I know why there are so many bars in San Seb.

      A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Aug 15, 2014

      60 photos

      ... somewhat similar to the Great Ocean Road in and out of a range of fishing villages. I think we'll stick with San Sebastian though, it is certainly the pick of the places as far as we are concerned.

      We have experienced some great Basque culture this week and the dodgy weather has just meant that everybody is in the pintxos bars instead of on the beach. If the sun somehow manages to pop it's head out, about 5000 people dash to the beach and then disappear again ...

      Orisson to Roncevalles

      A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 13, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... load, her friends (who are not travelling with her, she is solo) have told her she will need it all so she continued on. We passed her part the way down the hill and while she acknowledged us didn't appear to want to talk but found her in the showers later and checked she was ok. Apparently ran into a track checker (does over and back what we did in 2 days one way!) at 4:30 who told her she was 2 hours from the hut and 6 from Roncevalles so ...

      A Day to Explore Roncesvalles

      A travel blog entry by europepilgrims on Aug 14, 2013

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... of Roland, a couple of centuries later. The battle actually took place on the Pass of Ibañeta, which is part of the Camino we walked! Roncesvalles is home to the "Real Colegiata", which includes St. Mary's church, a lovely Gothic-styled building with a cloister, a chapter house with star-ribbed vaulting, King Sancho VII's tomb and a silver-coated statue of the Virgin Mary. The "Real Colegiata" was originally a pseudo-governing body, ...