Argi Eder

Address: Quartier Boxate, Ainhoa, Basque Country, Aquitaine, 64250, France | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Quartier Boxate, Ainhoa, is near Accoceberry Piment d'Espelette.
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      Travel Blogs from Ainhoa

      Firsts days of the Camino Pilgrimmage

      A travel blog entry by jpjourneys on Dec 20, 2014

      18 photos

      ... like retirement or career change, demanded an opportunity for reflection which The Camino provided; and, that Canada does not have supported walks like The Camino with aubergues and cafes focused on Pilgrim's needs.


      Frankly, Spain's Camino is so well developed from the many centuries of pilgrimage that with its current resurgence it has become an economic engine in many rural villages quite outside typical economic hubs. Given the plight ...

      The luck of the Irish

      A travel blog entry by kymmurphy on May 06, 2014

      3 comments, 23 photos

      ... Irish guys into Espinal where I met their two friends Brian and John, and the three women from WA. I continued to walk with the gentlemen from Ireland for the rest of the day and had the most enjoyable time! It dawned on me after we'd eaten lunch they might like their own space (I'd read other peoples' stories about not being able to get away from people and didn't want to assume I was welcome). When I asked if they ...

      Day 2 Roncesvalles to Zalbaldika (37 km)

      A travel blog entry by burke.hamish on Aug 24, 2013

      8 photos

      ... to be. During preparation and over the meal we got to know the other pilgrims, hear some of their story, shared out the food. Sharing provisions, sharing food, sharing an experience. A sure way of quickly developing a sense of community. In the presence of perceived depravation we experienced a true blessing. One that would lead to a much more sumptuous feast enjoyed in the company of new ...

      If you like cycling, this could cause some envy...

      A travel blog entry by makeorbreak on Jul 10, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... managed to see (and eat!) most of what the Garden Route had to offer before flying back from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg and back to Europe. We did, however, manage to squeeze in a last bit of South African history with a visit to the Apartheid museum in Jo'burg. Alf (Tom's friend Lindsay's dad) and Charlene looked after us wonderfully and delivered us back refreshed to the airport for our final flight back. We were sad to leave a country which definitely grabbed ...

      Walking in the rain

      A travel blog entry by aurora1 on May 16, 2013

      4 comments

      We walked 7 hours in the rain, up and down mountains and through lots of mud. The path was a little river at times. We enjoyed the walk and pushing ourselves. The country side was awesome in colours, animals and the songs of birds. We rested for the night and then pushed on today to Pamploma . Some rain and lots of mountains. Beautiful bridges dating back to Medieval and Roman times. ...