Hotel F1 Perpignan sud
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Not one of the best F1 hotels. Staff were just about helpful.
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Distance today 414Km This morning I sat in a cafe drinking coffee planning today's route. I decided to go across the Pyrenees via the Col du Tourmalet. I was a little apprehensive but thought it would be a good challenge. As I approached the route I noticed lots of roadworks signs and further up a sign saying the the …
... if this is the correct translation! There are lots of interesting tiny alley ways, some just wide enough for a small car and at that moment a tiny road sweeper zoomed past us into a no entry and then right into another no entry, good job most of the inhabitants are most likely asleep!!! As we left Pierre quite early we decide to head back for lunch and find a more direct route( or rather Jayne did, I am a bit hopeless at directions ...
Phil took Tess for an early morning walk only to find market stalls all the way alongside the canal where we enjoyed our walk in the sunshine yesterday when we were in town and there were about 50 transit vans but he only brought back bread though. Last night was quieter, we could only hear the lions a couple of times and this morning they're packing up to leave. The camels, lamas and horses are at the side of the road grazing (no lions). ...
... the mountains in the background, lovely. (You can just see it on the photo of the tiled pic) We packed up our late lunch into the backpack and went for a walk, Just opposite were what used to be the salt flats, with brilliant board walks. Phil was delighted, because right in the middle were a group of flamingos. Yesterday he said he thought he had seen some just before we pulled into last nights aire and I'm afraid ...
Blue sky again, which does lift the sprits and we are off to find the sun and more warmth. We take it nice and gently, but as you can see we couldn't do it any other way, we let Pierre choose the appropriate gears, he is clever. Our altitude is 1600 metres above sea level and the sea is where we are heading. The roads are a pretty good and wide enough until you pass through the mountain villages and you do say a quiet prayer. (Even me) It is not every day that you ...