Hotel L'Eolienne

Address: 170 Avenue Guynemer, Perpignan, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66100, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 170 Avenue Guynemer, Perpignan, is near Cite Religieuse, Palais des Rois de Majorque (Palace of the Kings of Majorca), Castillet, and uBU...la suite.
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Travel Blogs from Perpignan

Everybodies on the Beach!!

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Jul 05, 2015

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Well we got to France but not to Carcassonne. After seeing that the temperatures were going to be 35 today and 38 tomorrow in Carcassonne we decided to stay at the coast for a day until the temp drops by 10 degrees. I just picked a spot on the coast and we rocked up - to Heidy Hi! Or thats what it felt like. A huge camp ground and more expensive than the last. You could pick by the pool or by the beach side. ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 24, 2015

14 photos

... Kms to the top when I came around a bend and found the gang waiting at the sign. At this point Gilles left us. The rest of the day was primarily downhill with a stop to visit the Chappelle de la Trinite, which is .a gorgeous little chapel in a tiny village. The first church was erected on the site in the 9 th century. The current building was started in the 13th century, and the altar dates from the 1700s. I have included some pictures. We then continued our descent to avail ...

DAY 11/June 24: Arthur Perpignan

A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 24, 2015

... a Coke, which they had somehow managed to acquire quite a bit of. I told them about the dog; they'd seen it too. Steve mentioned that Jill, our driver on last year's trip, once had one just like it and could probably tell us the breed. A few minutes later we were on the phone with her.

We all continued on together. Somehow we wound up on a section of the D618 highway that prohibited bicycles. We quickly found an exit ...

DAY 10/June 23: The queen stage

A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 23, 2015

... the col. A couple quick photos later and we were on our way down.

It was quite a descent. First, right near the top was a small uphill that none of us pedalled over since we got enough momentum from the downhill just before it to carry us over--that was cool! Then after that there were relatively steep sections with tight switchbacks alternating with longer straight runs. This would definitely be the more difficult direction to climb from.

We found a ...

C'est toujours le bon moment.

A travel blog entry by ansabroad on Sep 03, 2013

... Once we found the car, we spent a while driving in circles in the parking lot searching for the exit. It wasn't until a van stopped us and told us to follow them to the exit (I think they were tired of watching us drive in circles). As we exited the airport area, we plugged the house we were staying in into the GPS and headed towards it.

The house we were staying in is owned by Fran's Godparents. They were generous enough to let us borrow it for the week as a ...