Les Fougeres

Address: 91 Avenue De Gaujacq, Hossegor, Aquitaine, 40150, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 91 Avenue De Gaujacq, Hossegor.
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    Travel Blogs from Hossegor

    And now, we Basque . . .

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... out to dinner for as long as humanly possible and were able to dine at an authentic Basque restaurant. It was 8 o'clock, yet we got one of the first tables at Txotx, a traditional Basque cafe, recommended by our guide. By the time we left - closer to 10, the place was filling with locals. A delicious dinner! Becca's corner: Axoa of course! A Basque veal stew for dinner. And piperade, a sauce made of local peppers tomatoes, onions, ham and ...

    Memories of Paris and on to Aquitaine

    A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... and sunflowers, little streams, and chateaux on the hills amongst stone cottages. These fields eventually give way to the vineyards of Bordeaux, then the sand flats of Les Landes. Arriving in Bayonne, after the buzz and crowds of Paris, is like another world again. It's an old river city, so a bit tattered around the edges. The wrought iron on the balconies is not as perfect, the shutters are a bit crooked, the little streets are smaller, and ...

    Travel day to Bayonne, France

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Sep 28, 2014

    22 photos

    Today was a travel day to meet up with our Rick Steve's tour group in Bayonne, France. The French high speed rail system (TGV) works like a charm and moves thousands of people in great comfort with every train. We arrived at Bayonne, on the western edge of France after about five hours of "flying". Bayonne is an old river port near the Atlantic Ocean - ...

    Rain rain rain....

    A travel blog entry by theplenges on May 28, 2013

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    ... we are WAAAYYYYY from being good enough to tackle this surf.....

    update on the freeganism....

    Becky Youl - following your suggestion, Ben decided that he gets points for 'obtaining' some mayo and tomato sauce sachets from Puy Du Fou...i give him low points for this! my rocket is growing (somehow as we have no sun!!) in the front of the van but a long way off eating! and I found some rosemary yesterday but Ben a bit fed up of this so no use for it yet!!
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    St. Jean de Luz

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jan 15, 2013

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    ... since it had three levels rather than only one or two. The altar was incredible! We hadn’t seen one that looked that enormous before. It was quite wide compared to others we had seen which tended to be narrower. You could just picture all of the court in attendance for the wedding, filling up the seating below and up in the balconies. There was also a ship hanging in the centre of the church which was the second time we had seen one and ...