Le Clos Gourmand
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Clos Gourmand Pau
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... same as your very own!! Lovely hostess runs it, and everyone we have seen on the track for the last few days seems to have ended up here, including a young New Zealander. So should be fun and social tonight. It has been an absolutely perfect day. Not a cloud, except a few little ones that hover around the Pyrenees. And it was cool despite ...
... people coming through!! Today we saw no one as we walked. But as usual the signs were always reliable, and we had a lovely walk. Arrived at Navarrenx at about 3 pm, hotel good, bags there - this is such a great system!! Have now had a wander around. This is the last town in the Béarn area - tomorrow we enter the Basque Country. While we were in a deli with local produce Amr made the mistake of ...
... trouble eating the dinners sometimes, too much, despite all the calories we must burn up walking. So this was just perfect. Amr also wants me to mention that the wifi code at this place had 37 characters!!! It took both of us 4 goes to get on!!! So we left at about 8.45, and just as it started to rain! They had said pm showers, but it was steady enough to need ponchos....but after 10 mins or less stopped, and held ...
... big covered space and took off our wet outer layers, and shoes (which are now stuffed with newspapers) and our hostess arrived soon, very apologetic. All fine now. Warm and dry and will have dinner in 10 minutes! Not many photos today....camera hidden safely from the rain. One interesting thing - Béarn is the area here and this is how Béarnaise sauce was named - the story is that the chef for Henri IV made it for ...
... My guess is the two girls I was talking to were in high school, but their English was quite good, and they explained I had to take the train to the end, in Lourdes, and from there take a bus to Pau, which I hadn't understood when I purchased my ticket. Their stop came pretty early, however, and so I had a few boring hours to myself wishing my endless transportation journey to be over. The bus was easy to find from the train station, and well marked, but when ...