Luchon and Pau and Tarbes and Lourdes, and many other places for that matter, have over-progressed.
Having lived at Tarbes he was already acquainted with Gerard.
There were two old churches, much restored and of no great beauty, but very dear to the people of Tarbes nevertheless.
The Bishop of Tarbes was among the best-known diplomatists in Europe.
The evidence of the Fourcades regarding her conduct in their house at Tarbes was biased, she said.
An affair of a procession that had taken place at Tarbes, accompanied by some little disturbance.
His birth-year was 1811, and he was a native of Tarbes in Gascony.
Usually travellers find the big cities like Pau or Tarbes so irresistible that they have no eye for the charm of the small town.
Cattle raising is important; the milch-cows of Lourdes and the oxen of Tarbes and the valley of the Aure are highly esteemed.
The ever useful Froissart furnishes a reference to Tarbes and its inns which is most apropos.