Premiere Classe Perpignan

Address: Mas Bon Secours, Perpignan, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66000, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Mas Bon Secours, 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

    Blissed out on baguette

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... has Charlemagne living here briefly, in 800AD, to establish the monastery, and reputedly marking out the hills with his buttocks. The walk around the village is the Pied de Charlemagne, literally, his footsteps.

    Finally, locals take kindly to our attempts at French, humouring us and filling in the gaps where even a Franglais word won't suffice.


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    Messing about in the South of France

    A travel blog entry by mariontrew on May 31, 2015

    1 comment

    ... and bought terrine and duck and Guinea fowl and lots of things to cook them with. I came out having spent a fortune but laughing.

    The next site was owned by a Dutch family and was a short distance up a small valley. The previous site had been at an altitude of 1300m, this one was at the bottom of the Pyrenees at 300m and the difference in the temperature was marked, it felt incredibly hot. Once again I was able to pitch up next to ...

    Benicarlo?! Really?!

    A travel blog entry by toscana-per-te on May 20, 2015

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    ... which are free to raid), a heated, covered pool, various 'cute' animals (which I wanted to eat but wasn't allowed), and more play areas. The only things missing were the owners!!! When we arrived, Robert met us on the drive and gave the awkward guided tour. It was all down to the dreaded language barrier. He doesn't speak English, and I don't speak Spanish. Between us we decided that my Italian and his Spanish would work....it did not! There was a lot of 'si', 'no' and ...

    Day 15. Vernet-les-Bains

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on May 14, 2015

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    ... road, a squashed Adder and a lot of trees until I broke out a few miles later at the top! Le Tour De France has never been this way and never will. Its a dead end and It's all mine! The descent was dangerous and almost impossible on my touring bike with limited breaking powers, a buckled wheel from a few days ago and a wobbly head set, but I didn't care. I was Queen of the mountain for a very short hour. Clive welcomed me home with a chicken curry and an ice cold ...

    Week Twenty Two. More Spain

    A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on May 11, 2015

    ... I began to think something funny was going on here, this 'sea fret' seemed a little bit too convenient - I started to do a bit of research. It seemed the mayor of Lloret De Mar was using the sea fret to try and clean up the town, I put two and two together and came up with three reasons why the sea fret could improve the town. One. Whenever there was a sea fret, nice people like us couldn't see all the rough people around here so we'd not realise they were there, ...