Kyriad Orthez

Address: Rue Du Soulor, Orthez, Aquitaine, 64300, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue Du Soulor, Orthez.
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Travel Blogs from Orthez

Lyn and Craig depart for Spain.

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Sep 11, 2015

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... upon a very well preserved 'Bastide' built in 14C by the local bishop and nobleman. The small road goes right through the centre street and covered market. The town walls remain, and many old timbered houses line the main street. We had refreshment in a restaurant with 1593 carved over the doorway. Exhausted when we got home, we hope the Jones are fit for their cycling trip in ...

A day in and farewell dinner.

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Sep 10, 2015

Anna brought in a big bowl of ripe figs she had picked from her neighbour's garden. Autumn ripeness is all around. Coffee and a walk round town then packing for Lyn and Craig . Meg prepared a farewell dinner and out hosts Chris and Anna joined us for Casanove 2009 champagne, cheese soufflées, cabbage rolls (Basquaise), poached figs with marscapone, and happy conversation. Early departure ...


A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Sep 09, 2015

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... and the pedestrianised old town would make for a good holiday at any time. Bayonne ham, the French version of prosciutto, is from here. On to St Jean de Luz for seafood at the market restaurant and a couple of hours on the beach. 28 degrees and blue sky and water still comfortable while the August crowds had gone. We looked again in the real estate windows, just dreaming. Fresh made pasta then canasta with our new enthusiasts the ...

Lunch in Pau

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Sep 08, 2015

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We are enjoying this beautiful Autumn weather, our drive into Pau for lunch took in the fantastic rolling green fields and the amazingly rugged mountain range of the Pyrenees, not a cloud in sight and you could see for miles. We started looking in real estate windows again, we could happily live on the Boulevard des Pyrenees in Pau, looking straight out to the valleys and the Pyrenees ...


A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Sep 07, 2015

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... 6 million pilgrims/tourists to pray and see the grotto and associated infrastructure for wheeling and dealing with all the invalids seeking a cure. Laurie and Craig were cured of any desire to return, too many traders in the temple. We came home after a beer in Arudy and a beautiful scenic drive through the countryside. We had a Rabbit Casserole at Craig's request, with Chateau Aydie madiran, ...