The two women crossed the Pyrenees by foot, ending up in a Spanish jail before being rescued by friends.
Hemingway and his first wife Hadley went from the Basque country to Pamplona over the Pyrenees by bus.
Driven from one retreat after another, they finally took possession of the castle of Quribus, in the Pyrenees of Fenouilldes.
Letters lingered in it for days and days, as in some wild village of the Pyrenees.
And all this had to be done while a great French army was already pouring in through the passes of the Pyrenees.
There is a bear in the Pyrenees, and other mountains of Spain—in the Asturias especially.
A further form of lime-iron garnet is the "pyreneite," first found in the Pyrenees Mountains, hence its name.
In the ports (puertos) of the Pyrenees, say they, “the father waits not for his son, nor the son for his father.”
To imagine its romance, however, is not a difficult procedure if you know the Pyrenees and their history.
Basques: the natives of a part of northern Spain, near the Pyrenees.
1550s, from French Pyrénées, from Latin Pyrenæi montes, from Greek Pyrene, name of a daughter of Bebryx/Bebrycius who was beloved of Herakles; she is said to be buried in these mountains (or that the mountains are the tomb Herakles reared over her corpse). The name is said to mean literally "fruit-stone," but Room says it might be Greek pyr "fire" + eneos "dumb, speechless," which perhaps translates or folk-etymologizes a Celtic goddess name. "In medieval times there was no overall name for the range and local people would have known only the names of individual mountains and valleys" [Room, Adrian, Place Names of the World, 2nd ed., McFarland & Co., 2006]. Related: Pyrenean.