La Palmeraie

Address: 1 Avenue Georges Pompidou, Capbreton, Aquitaine, 40130, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1 Avenue Georges Pompidou, Capbreton.
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Travel Blogs from Capbreton

The final week: Cuenca, Albacete and Urrugne

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 08, 2015

3 comments, 29 photos

... a reminder to all, from both sides of the political spectrum, of the absolute folly and pointlessness of war.



















Next day we headed north from Zaragoza, past more flooded fields and smallholdings, up the Ebro valley then past Pamplona and San Sebastian to France, to one of our regular haunts, Camping Larrouleta at Urrugne. The day ...

France is cold and damp

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Dec 06, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... were soon scotched when the rain started again. We spent the day the way so many old folk do, books, jigsaws, crosswords, sudoku, internet and a visit to the supermarket.

During the afternoon we had a visit from a neighbour, who came in for a chat. He was in a short sleeved black shirt and was obviously very, very cold. His name was Geoff, and he had been on the road for 8 years, following a ...

Biddaray to Urdos

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jun 28, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... d'Harrieta and descended down to the hamlet of Urdos. We thought we had reached our goal for the day but were informed by a friendly local that the hotel was another 2 km down the road! We did find it, however, took a much needed shower and spent a pleasant hour on their very shady terras having a local beer and wine. Stats: Distance: 17.8 kms Total ascent: 1087 meters Total descent: 1054 meters Hans and ...

Baywatch

A travel blog entry by susankington on Sep 20, 2013

6 photos

... castle can be seen. There are bathers, boats, paddle boarders and trawlers to keep us interested until we eventually arrive at the castle. Sadly it was little more than a ruin and closed to the public but we walked along the harbour wall to complete our walk before retracing our steps . We must have walked about six or seven miles but it was very relaxing and as we wove our way around some of the back streets back through Ciboure, we were already planning where to walk ...

St Jean de Luz to St Jean Pied De Port

A travel blog entry by glynei on Apr 21, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos

... be locked, so we were unable to look around any of the insides. Lunch consisted of a visit to a bar where they had cold buffet laid out over the entire counter, this seems to be the norm as we noticed in virtually every bar we passed. The staff didn't speak any english and our spanish was zero but between us all we managed to get fed and watered. We then spent the next couple of hours wondering around soaking up the atmosphere. There is a stunning medieval area, an old port area and ...