Ibis Budget Pau Est
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ALL THE MESSAGE....AND I WILL. THANK YOU SO NOW I AM IS SAN SEBASTIAN , AND I SLEPT FOR 14 hrs, SO NOW I AM OFF ON THE TRAIN TO LOURDES,FRANCE. ANOTHER ONE OF MY DREAMS. I WONDER IF I WILL BE ALONE, I REALLY DONT THINK SO..... ANY WAY THIS SEEMS LIKE A SMALL TOWN, BUT OF COURSE I ONLY WALKED FROM THE TRAIN STATION DOWN TO THE HOTEL. I MET A FELLOW FROM QUEBEC TODAY AT THE TRAIN STATION IN BASQUE, SEEMS LIKE I AM THE ONLY PERSON WHO DOESNT KNOW ABOUT BASQUE!!! ANYWAY WE ...
... FROM THE LOCKER AND MOVE ON TO San Sabastion, and next is FRANCE..I think...... I Have to figure out where I can get the SIM card for France so I am on the Hunt today. So I hope you enjoy the pictures, this was a life time desire, to go here and climb that hill, so thanks Harry for your support in making this happen.....love ...
... long swooping staircases on either side adorned with statues of saints, and an elegant, large, prettily decorated chapel below. Pilgrims approach this majestic space—a little too perfect, a little too new to have the power of a classic European cathedral or even St. Peter’s great entrance area in Rome—walking or being conveyed in wheel chairs, and then go beyond it towards the grotto area, the candle area, and the baths.
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... site at the moment and our view is of the snow capped mountains…..bliss!
After a well earned early night we packed a picnic and set off into the Pyrenees to see how close we could get to the snow……well it didn’t look too far……we had the most incredible walk which firstly took us on a zig zag through the woods before we popped out onto the mountain with 360 deg panoramic views as far as the eye could see. As if this ...
... to the woman next to me. She's Norwegian, but she has a home in the south of France. Can you guess where? Ironically, she has a house in Pau! I couldn't believe it. How random is it that, I'm leaving Norway and sitting next to somebody who lives in Pau too. It was just too funny. Once in Paris, my journey started to get a bit more stressful. I had to ask a few people in order to find the correct shuttle that runs between ...