Hi, I travel a lot and I'm always looking for a special small hotel or B&B where ever I go. Can someone advise me on that one? Thanks, ingrid, the Netherlands
I have an ancestor who died in Pau in 1860. I am planning a trip to stay in the area and also to obtain any documents I can regarding the death. There do not seem to be any records in the UK, even in deaths abroad. Are there any offices in Pau where I would be able to view/obtain any such documents for my genealogy research?
We are thinking of visiting Paris and make trips from Paris to Mauleon-Licharre. My mother-in-law is coming on this trip and we are trying to search for the Tellagorry family history (that is her ancestors)which we believe is from Mauleon-Licharre. She is 70 years old so travelling comfortably from Paris to Pau is important. I figure Pau must be the first stop from Paris either flying or by train before we can go to Mauleon-Licharre. Any suggestion would be very appreciated.
i just moved to Pau about 2 weeks ago is there many one who lives here thats around mid or late 20's that speaks english a little. And i wanted to know some good restaurants to take my husband.
Where can I get a large turkey for christmas Frozen! about 10 kilos
Does anyone know where I can see pictures of the military housing in Pau, France? Or even the apartments or houses in Pau.
I'm from san diego,CA and my husband is french. We have 2 children under 4, and I have never been to Pau, but we will be there for 3 years because he is in the french military, I wanted to know if anyone had some information on what I should expect there, and if it's kid friendly? Also does anyone live there?
Around the first of October we will be driving from Carcassone to San Sebastian. We would like to take the scenic route through the mountains on roads like the D918. Are these roads generally open at that time of year or should we expect the snow to close them by then?
need transportation from hotel in Pau to montain to view race. Please advise
I am having great difficulty booking a room in the Hotel Bristol, 3 rue Gambetta, 64000, Pau, France. Can you please help
hi i am going to pau in early febuary and would like to go horse racing could any body help with dates and travel from pau to and from te racecourse
I need to get from Pau to Condom. Is there a direct route to take with a bus or a train. How much does it cost. thankyou.
My question is:
On August 13 I'll arrive by air from Amsterdam in Pau. Then my destination is Vieux Boucou near Messagnes/Soustons..
Is there any bus that goes from Pau to that area? Or do I have to go by train to Dax or Bayonne?
Can you give me any advise?
Thank you in advance.
I will be travelling on the 11th of June to Lourdes and will be arriving in Pau by Transavia at 21.00 hrs.Is it too late for us to catch a train to Lourdes from Pau train station? Where can I find a train schedule for trains from Pau to Lourdes and return?
I have two kids under 4 years and we are all moving to Pau this august.Does anyone know what its like for young families.We live in canada right now and how much different will it be for kids there.I know they will have to learn french and so will I but other than that is it a kids friendly place?
We will also be renting there (rent will be covered by the company) so anybody know of a good website where we can look for homes.
Any information will be highly appreciated.
Have booked 4 nights / 5 days in Pau for april and will be hiring a car for whole period Seems there is quite a lot to do in the city itself but want to explore as well
Can someone please suggest key places to visit outside of PAU - any help would be great
My question is to get from Pau to Lourdes is there a bus if so what are the times that it leaves and what time does it return to Pau
Hi, I'm hoping to do 3-4weeks of french language training in France, and looking for recommendations on where,what school, etc. I love the Pyrenees (walking etc) thus am drawn to Pau, though have never been. I'm hoping to register for something for late Feb or early March. I'm in my 30s thus am not overly keen on a very young/schoolish type of french language school. All ideas and advice greatly appreciated.
I'm traveling for business with some colleagues, and we wanted to watch the AFC championship game (American football) on Sunday for the playoffs. Can anyone recommend a bar where we can go, as the hotel doesn’t have the channels? My research says it will be on Sky 2 and NASN.
What is the exact address of the shop, might give me half a chance of finding it!
Can anyone tell me how to travel from the Pau Airport to the Pau train station?
I am travelling to Lourdes and the connections are very bad for me. I have traveled throughout France many times, but don't know where to locate this information. Any help would be appreciated. Please E-mail me at [email]
I expect to be in Pau, France in late May and wish to get from there to St. Jean Pied de Port, and can't seem to find any connections. I would like to have the matter handled before I leave the US, rather than having to handle it 'on the road'.
Information would be greatly appreciated.
If you would be so kind as to reply to my regular email address, [email] I would appreciate it.
Is there public transit from Pau to Lacq or must I hire a car to get there?
Hi. My boyfriend and I are moving to Pau from the US for 3 months this summer and I wanted any advice on where we should live. Where is the center of town or a good area to live that is walking distance from restaurants, things to do, etc? Second, do you know what internet sites are good for short term rentals? (in the US we use craigslist). I'd really appreciate any help you could give me! Thank you so much!
Hi - myself and my brother will be spending a night in Pau in April and are looking for a very cheap hotel. Does anyone know if the Pau Etap or Formule 1 hotels are within walking distance of the airport? Is it easy to get into town for the evening (bearing in mind that usually Etap hotels seem to be located in remote parts of town)? Can anyone recommend anywhere else (for round the 30 euro mark)? Just wondered. Merci buckets.
We are a couple travelling to a house swap in Pau from Northern Ireland in July 2007. We want to find the best way to go, and would like to fade our carbon footprint a bit by trying the train, if it is not too awkward.
We could get to London by bus or train and ferry and transfer from there if necessary.If this looks impossible we will try planes but it looks as though this may involve flying Dun=blin or Belfast to Stansted and then Ryanair to Pau airport.
I'm moving to Pau for Erasmus from September to January and would like to know what type of weather to expect?
I am looking to move to Pau, France. Could someone who's visited Pau, please tell me their thoughts on the area? I would like to know what they thought of the people, the climate, the location.... the general feel of the city? In other words, is it a decent place to live?
We are going to be in Pau in early October. What public transportation options are available to get from Pau to Sarlat? Anyone know schedules for trains or bus? Thanks
My girlfriend and I are looking for THE place to be on the last day of the year.We have booked ourselves a hotel in the centre of Pau but we don't know where to go! We are in our 30's,like good food/wine/music/clubs/dance and generally up for a good time. We speak French or English and have lived for many years in London.Also have been around the world back-packing and as 'woofers' .Love animals/ nature,care for the enviroment and ride cycles and motorcycles .
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