Logis le Commerce

Address: Place des Casernes, Navarrenx, Aquitaine, 64190, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Place des Casernes, Navarrenx.
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    Travel Blogs from Navarrenx

    Lyn and Craig depart for Spain.

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Sep 11, 2015

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    Despite the sunrise in our eyes and the fog of Autumn we got our guests to the Toulouse station in time, a quick hug goodbye and drove off still thinking of all the things we meant to say. We have had a great visit and know that they saw and experienced more than imagined. Looking forward to the next get together in Canada or Australia. On the way home by way of back roads ...

    Rest day in Leon

    A travel blog entry by sneakers on May 26, 2014


    ... like little babies. We also have to make our regular stop at the pharmacia pharmacia to stock up on bandaids comped ibuprofen etc., The pharmacists in northern Spain are doing very well thanks to the hurting pilgrims on the camino. Paul and I are also getting a little tired of the pilgrims menu each day so this morning we went to a Macdonalds in Leon it is the first one that we have seen and we had scrambled eggs, yoghurt, and granola. Boy what a treat. It ...

    Little Britain

    A travel blog entry by bishybarnabee on Aug 01, 2013

    1 comment

    I pretty tough and uninspiring day today. Fortunately I was joined in the room at the Gite by another person, but as predicted it was very hot and I doubt any of us got much sleep. The walkers were up and out at five, just as I was getting to sleep. The town itself was a like a ghost town, nobody around and I could only get 2 pain au chocolat and a can of organina for breakfast. Long, hot, uninspiring day - nothing of note along the way which I can think of. More hilly ...

    Knocked the bastard off.

    A travel blog entry by stewartmartel on Jul 08, 2013

    10 comments, 8 photos

    ... finally remembered I have medicine for this prescribed by my doctor. I start to settle down. I left at 7.45 and want to make 18kms by 12 and take all afternoon in the heat to do the final 11. I email Sandra she emails me a virtual hug. The day gets hotter but I'm drinking lots of water but can't eat any food. By 12 I've done 20kms and the end is in sight, at 25km I run into some of the group from last ...

    A quiet day spent

    A travel blog entry by rob_shill on May 29, 2013

    Today's weather has been short of atrocious there haven't been showers, just continuous heavy rain which is a shame as it doesn't show this lovely town off to its whole glory. However, after a late lunch, I decided to venture out armed with mac and brolly determined to see some of it before departing tomorrow and its a really charming place. I use the word town very loosely as its really not a big place at all. It is a medieval town build successively as a bastide (basically a town in ...