Comfort Hotel Airport, Perpignan
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Travel Blogs from Perpignan
Mar 22 Moissac – Foix, Foix – Andorra, Andorra – Foix, Foix – Perpignan
260 miles / 10 hours in the saddle
Some rest day! As it was raining in Moissac I decided to get going south in the search for better weather. I wisely decided to dump the heated vest and put waterproof jacket and trousers on …
... another level to the flavour. Still, I finished it all so it obviously wasn't that bad. The Crème Catalan was delicious, as all French desserts seem to be.
John shouted me a cognac at the bar after dinner, and while I was drinking this his dog Sooty came and gave me an affectionate nuzzle, which was enough to convince me that a couple more days in Elne wasn't such a bad idea.
Sunny but windy this morning. Thought I'd see what I was missing so caught ...
... clothing?' And other ****!!!
Well, the platform that the new train was on was all the way to the opposite side... of course!!! So there I went again hauling all my bags down across and up again, plus isn't easy getting all the baggage on the train, either. Some of trains have 2 to 3 steps. Well, I finally got all my stuff on and off we went to my next stop.
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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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed