Hotel La Fauceille
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Perpignan
... was teaming with millions of kids so we chose beach and found a quiet spot under trees for some shade. It was already 30 degrees so we hunted down the sea for a cool off and once again the beaches were packed and not just for 500 meters but for 10 km. Its quite an education for us Kiwi's that are used to having a deserted beach whenever we want one. Not so many naked people today as you tip toe your ...
... St Jean where we found a sandwich place. Lori, Steve, Peter and I were sitting there when Tom ca me by.. He came and joined us and told us the story of a little dog we had all seen on the side of the road, which was now in the van with Caroline who was attempting to find the owner. I will leave the details to Tom, but I think the pup is currently in their room in the hotel. Tom then led us the rest of the way to the med, with some excitement when we found ourselves on a ...
... grab a bite. We then climbed the next two cols at 1099m and 1256m. At the bottom of those cols, Steve and Gilles decided that they had expended their gas tanks, so I went on to do the Col de Jau myself. I made it to the top at 5:30 and had a nice run out to Prades. We had a dinner in a local pizza place which was excellent. I was so tired I could hardly see, and I do not think I was the only one.
... and reported was interesting and worthwhile) and down to Vernet-les-Bains. Pretty climb, pretty valley, pretty descent, pretty town. Definitely keeping this one in the playbook.
Back on the regular route down the D116 highway past Marquixanes, I turned south onto D13 and the climb first through some fruit orchards and then up a valley towards Valmanya and the Col de Palomere.
It was between the town and the col ...
... through Mosset and Molitg-les-Bains was gorgeous. The road was cut into the side of a valley full of interesting rock formations, and the surface was excellent, too. It all had a very Spanish look and feel. And no pedalling! Which was nice as we climbed over 3000 m today.
Prades is a very pretty and busy town, which was not evident from the very limited coverage on Google Street View. I wandered a bit after arriving and cleaning up, and waiting for Caroline to ...