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... it seemed to maybe start getting serious, but that almost immediately cleared up and in fact most of the day was sunny. And hot!! In the mid 20s which was quite uncomfortable! We are used to much cooler. We have moved into another département - Pyrenees-Atlantique, and I think it is almost Pays Basque. Judging by the difficult place names I feel we must be.....Have now read it up and we are not quite Basque yet - a little further west. Tomorrow is our ...
... evening). We think we know why they don't include dinner, as our room is magnificent and prob beyond the budget to have half board!! Our "area" is probably almost the size of our apartment - just wonderful, with views in 2 directions. Superb. A French couple we have seen from time to time are staying here, and the German woman walking alone who we saw a few days ago (on Amr's bday) is here as I just saw her exploring ...
... du Gers, but we are in fact at Aire-sur-l'Adour which is an Albury /Wadonga situation, and we have now moved out of Gers and even midi-Pyrenees and are in Landes, (département), and Aquitaine. We were thrilled to come across our hotel before we even started to hunt for it. The Hotel N'Atura. Just perfect. Run by a young couple it seems, modern, right on the river (l'Adour) and an airy, spacious room, on the ground floor. The only art in ...
Now at Nogaro, which sounds more like Spanish than French, but it comes from a word to do with walnuts. We are still in Armagnac country, and each town says it is the main centre of Armagnac. 21 kms today, and quite easy. Still flat mostly, and at one stage we thought that it was not as beautiful as we were accustomed to, but then it picked up and we walked beside the vineyards, and corn ...
... is also a feature! And we have had our explore - a small and old town. A former Gallo-Roman capital (Elusa). The cathedral or church depending on which sign you read, was built by the Benedictines (who founded a priory here in the 10th century), and finished in 1521. It is the church of Saint-Luperc. Again enormous!!! We decided it was an Ira candle lighting ...