Le Family

Address: 8 Rue Des Gabiers, Capbreton, Aquitaine, 40130, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8 Rue Des Gabiers, Capbreton.
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Travel Blogs from Capbreton

San Sebastián, St. Jean de Luz, Biarrtiz

A travel blog entry by drkellermeier on Mar 23, 2015

13 photos

... we had a great coastal walk, in search of la Vierge sur le rocher. We stopped at a café for hot drinks and directions. In addition to the directions, the owners offered us crêpes to share-we got to try their caramel, sugar, nutella and chocolate crêpes. Sweet! :) We had dinner on the way back to the hotel. We're doing great, and creating new friendships with our travel companions, a group from St. Louis, Missouri, and one from Colorado. Good ...

The final week: Cuenca, Albacete and Urrugne

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 08, 2015

3 comments, 29 photos

... also to visit some of the places where Laurie Lee had been posted in the civil war.

It was 70 miles to Cuenca, but with the clear smooth Spanish by-roads the journey was a quick one, passing first through acres of vineyards, then small cornfields and almond groves just bursting into a mass of pink flowers. Cuenca is set in the fork of the junction of the rivers Jucar and Huecar, which at this point run in deep gorges. The ...

France is cold and damp

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Dec 06, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... dryers, but on the other hand they did have seats, which is not very French at all. The showers were spacious, with plenty of hanging facilities and shelves in the drying arena, and lots of hot water in the wet arena.

Wednesday too was grey and damp. Nevertheless we set out to have a wander round Tours. We started with the cathedral, which seemed oddly tall and thin, but contained some wonderful stained glass. ...

Hendaye to Col d'Ibardin

A travel blog entry by kathywijgers on Jun 24, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

Today we set out for our walk at about nine o'clock. Walking along the waterfront a lot of the walk was on pavement and tarmac which is ******* the feet. We rose rapidly above the Atlantic passing many small peaceful villages. The day was overcast and we heard a rumble of thunder, but it remained dry. There were a lot of steep ascents that tested our mettle, but we arrived at our accommodation Venta Elizalde at around two o'clock. We were made ...

Le Petit Train de La Rhune

A travel blog entry by andy_n on Apr 27, 2013

4 photos

Sat Apr 27

In Basque Country

The Basque region straddles the border between southwestern France and the mid-north of Spain, along the Bay of Biscay. As we set out on today's adventure Cindy began by telling us some of the history and culture of the Basque people. She described them as being an ancient and fiercely independent people whose existence can be traced back to the first century, B.C. She reported that many characteristics ...