Hotel Centre Plage
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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We left Nimes and continued to head south. Should I say we tried to leave. Pete shut the car keys inside the van while I was paying the lady at the campsite. With the engine running. After some tense ten minutes he managed to break in. Then I panicked that it was too easy to break in to so made him drive to the local shops to ...
... br> Our journey back to France was a bit of a nightmare due to very high winds all of the way, not much fun in a high sided vehicle. As we neared the French border we glimpsed the snow capped Pyrenees and gave a huge sigh of relief, this is where we belonged. We pulled into a gorgeous campsite with great views of the Pyrenees, located just before the pretty town of Ceret and after lunch we set out for a wander to get our bearings. The nearest village was only a ten minute ...
... waiting though, but really it went fairly quickly. It's crazy, well not really, but the more north you go, the colder it gets. But I'm talking drastically colder, it was actually freezing in Sant Celoni, and at Figurers it rained a fair bit, but someone I was lucky with my time and was in the Dali museo most of the time it was raining. The museum was actually gorgeous, I spent ...
Another train journey took us to Figureres home of Salvador Dali and his quirky museum. He really was another Spanish genius working not only on paintings but sculptures and jewellery designs. A crazy eccentric character but the world is enriched by his gifts and ...
... warm and muggy. Paul is still wearing his shorts and t shirt and we’ve had to turn the heating off in the van!!
St Cyprien is definitely a boat lovers town, the harbours were huge and crammed with expensive yatchs, and traditional fishing boats who sell their catch on the quayside every morning (if you get up early enough)! This is contrasted by the less glamorous high rise apartment buildings and the tacky seaside shops and ...