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Travel Blogs from Saint-Cyprien
... of glasses of red at the wine bar opposite Au Remp'Arts (great soundtrack ranging from the Pogues to Tom Waites) before walking across the little square to the restaurant. Already four tables full, and the food that's been delivered so far looks great. I ordered a small bottle of Collioure red which although it won a gold medal this year didn't taste as nice as the wine I'd just had.
I ordered three entrees instead of the set menu - foi gras, anchovies and the charcuterie ...
In the smaller Cities, like this one, the train barely stops 2-5 minutes. It all depends whether there's anyone getting off and on.
I got off this train to catch another that left in about 35 minutes...so I had to go down 2 flights and up 2 flights of stairs with all my stupid luggage!!! And yes!!! Its heavy, by this time, I'm thinking 'why did I need to bring ...
... for the weeklong Catalan fiesta, which saw the town unveil their flags everywhere, an influx of people, a stage and some late night music and dancing. It was a week of collective positive energy.
Though they may not realise the extent, Craig and Tertia have been a really important part of our journey (not this literal one, the other life one). They are our best friends who have proven loyal, supportive, generous and thoughtful at exactly the ...
We drove south to Perpignan today. It's a city in the Catalan region just above the Spanish border. Unfortunately, it was pouring, which made it not so fun to sight see. And unfortunately, we arrived right at noon, which is when all the shops close for 2 hours....and they were some very interesting unique shops I wanted to look in. Because Perpignan is in the Catalan region of France there's an interesting mix of French and Spanish cultures, plus they've created their own unique ...
Our two day Salvador Dali pilgrimage in the Catalan area of Spain begins on a deserted station platform at 7:30am. One thing I have learned about Spain is that nobody gets up that early. Dragging our suitcases through the empty streets we find the local produce markets setting up in a square that boasts a statue of a man fighting a sea serpent (I discover later that St George is the local patron saint). When we reach our hotel the ...
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Rue Pierre Benoit 44, Saint-Cyprien | 2 star hotelfrom $70
Quai Arthur Rimbaud Capitainerie du port, Saint-Cyprien | Hotelfrom $96
Boulevard de l'Almandin, Saint-Cyprien | 4 star hotelfrom $244
28, av Armand Lanoux, Saint-Cyprien | 4 star hotelfrom $82
8 Rue Auguste Rodin, Saint-Cyprien | 2 star hotelfrom $80
Mas d'Huston, Saint-Cyprien | 4 star hotelfrom $166
Rue Giraudoux, Saint-Cyprien | Hotelfrom $34