Le Pavillon Bleu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Pavillon Bleu Hossegor
Travel Blogs from Hossegor
30 January 2014
We fail to set the alarm, and are a little late at getting away in the morning, we have approximately 350 miles to go, to our next planned destination, which is Moliets Plage, Landes (N43 51’ 5.8” W1 23’ 6.7”) an Aire with no facilities, other than street lighting and a Public toilet.
But, Kathleen has looked up the recommended Aire, and decided, she is not impressed, ...
... A big drive from Roscoff to a town just out of Bordeaux, then the next day onto Hossegor south west of France. We had a few goes at using our year 9 French skills stopping at local markets on the way and picking up in season fruit and veg including nectarines and apricots..and of course a baguette! We arrived in Hossegor on probably the busiest Saturday possible - first Saturday of school summer holidays ...
... A beautiful sunny and warm day. Leaving San Sebastián was an interesting experience, you seem to have to drive around in ever decreasing circles to get out of the place, still never mind we eventually managed it. The drive to Bilbao took us through some lovely countryside with a lot of small chalet type houses settled in amongst some fairly big hills, we have both regularly commented that this is what we imagine Austria or Southern Germany to look like and not what we ...
... in the UK, with a group of children who are able to beg for money, cigarettes, and sweets in three languages, very impressive. Only 1.3 mile back.
Saturday 23rd March 2013
The other two English vans next to us depart, one heading home, the other heading to Portugal, so we may encounter them again. The chap heading home is a lover of (cheap) red wine, like myself, he leaves me with a few ...
We arrived at the one sight in town, the church. This church became well-known because Louis XIV got married there! It was a very different looking church compared to others we had seen so far. The church had 3 levels of seating in balconies going around the side, to accommodate a bygone custom where men and women used to sit apart. We had never seen levelled seating quite like that before and the church was seen as quite an ...