21 boulevard Thiers , St-Jean-de-Luz, Basque Country, Aquitaine, 64500, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21 boulevard Thiers , St-Jean-de-Luz, is near Maison Louis XIV, Maison de l'Infante Joanoenia, and C. Henriet.
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    Travel Blogs from St-Jean-de-Luz

    Au Revoir Biarritz. Hola San Sebastien

    A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Aug 08, 2014

    29 photos

    Apologies to the handful of people following, this blogger seems to have gone to sleep at his keyboard this week. Our seemingly relaxed week last week only got better this week and we are now well and truly in the basque spirit and loving every minute of it. This week has flown by with us doing not a whole lot. Cedric the Citroen has stayed in the driveway most of this week although there was some action when he was sideswiped by a bus on the way to St Jean de ...

    Spanish Basque Pintxos

    A travel blog entry by rods-adventures on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... watching the French enjoy their summer holidays.
    Our tour guide Vincent led us to the harbour and to get some Basque Macarons which are completely different from the coloured ones but delicious. The harbour square area was a delight with the water clean and grey mullet swimming, artistes painting and selling their works. The town is beautiful.
    Back to the car and off to Spain and San Sebastian which we had heard so much about.
    I was glad ...

    San Sebastien to Zarautz, Spain

    A travel blog entry by dyak on May 01, 2014


    ... We stopped at San Martin, a roadside Chapel to have lunch. The Chapel was built in the 13th Century and renovated in the 16 the century. We ate croissants with cream c Jamon ( pronounced Hahmon). Jamon is made from a black pig that has been fed acorns. The meat is cured with salt for 6 months and then hung for 4 years. Commonly found in the Basque region hanging in butcher shops and pinthos bars. It is amazingly tasty. Our final stage of the walk was ...

    Spain and France!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 07, 2013

    19 photos

    ... and although the waves were small, you can see how the river mouth in this natural bay forms a great left break, which offers 300 to 400 yard long rides in perfect conditions. The challenge is that these conditions typically occur in the winter, when the water is only 56 degrees (and the air isn't any warmer), which isn't too motivating for Scot to come pursue (he is gravitating more and more to warm water surfing!). The water in the summer is 78 ...

    Seeing Jesus, tasting heaven

    A travel blog entry by ginaschauffer on Apr 14, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... city, and their owners are somewhat slapdash with their pooper-scoopers, so the mountain is an exercise in careful treading. But epic views and 30 degree sunshine - Baz & I trying all the while to minimise possible sunglasses tans.

    We'd slept in til midday, so we hit the Old Town on the way down and sample the most incredible pintxos at La Cuchara De San Telmo - ...