Hotel Resguard dels Vents
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... views and white-knuckle, picturesque descents.
We arrived in Prades very late in the afternoon, but discovered when we went out and wandered this small village for dinner and drink that there was a town festival with music, dancing, a parade, and bonfire being held, so we had entertainment provided for our meal al fresco beside the town square.
... to Pailheres was long but again not terribly steep. Still, I eventually started slowing down. Once I realized that it was because I wasn't drinking enough--although not as warm as the previous few days, it was still fairly warm, and humid--I got off the bike a few kilometres from the top, emptied one of my bottles, and continued. Much better.
Despite this delay, the gang was still waiting for me at the top, all huddled together out of the brisk west wind that was ...
... was...maybe they will even have fuel for HiHo!! Correct, so we headed into town for fuel. We came around a corner and 'bouchon' ..traffic jam / blockage. Same word for cork in bottle. Had been a serious road accident, a truck and 2 cars. We slowly made it past without any drama for us but took us 15 minutes. Fuelled up and on to Frankie's.
When we arrived we immediately understood why they love it there, they are high on ...
... he staged his first exhibition in the lobby of the Theatre. It was his home for a while too and houses his collection of art by other painters. Even from the outside with its red walls covered in what looks like bread rolls and the roof topped with large egg shapes, you get the feeling that you are in for a few surprises. The result is a unique if higgledy-piggledy route between rooms with either themes or ...
... to stop for a rest and felt really good when I got to the top, however the hermitage was closed and the castle was just a small pile of stones, though the view was brilliant, so I continued towards the village. Now the way was fairly flat but the ground was very stony and I was slithering all over the place but feeling pleased with the improvement in my balance ability. I quickly lost the footpath and then as I slithered my way across a sloping almond grove ...