Ibis Budget Perpignan Sud
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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. ...
... cyclists were prohibited. Anyway we made it , and tomorrow we continue down the coast of the Med to Girona. Should be very pretty. Forgot to mention that Mesfin went astray today, with no cell phone or maps. He did have my home phone number and called Chris, who gave him the cords of our hotel. He was in the tourism office in. Town not far from here. That office then called booking.com who in turn sent us an e mail. Pretty good service. He was back with us shortly thereafter. ...
... final four Kms - over 10% grade.
Part way up I looked at Peter and suggested if he felt as bad as he looked he should call Caroline. Those who know Peter will recognize that asking him to quit something is like pulling teeth, however he did agree and we called for rescue.
Gilles, Steve, and I continued and made the top. On our descent we were continually looking for somewhere ...
... as quickly found the bike route on a service road alongside D618 to D61.
We followed this country road through very Spanish-looking little towns all the way to Argeles-sur-Mer. At Sorede, however, we started getting word that Mesfin was lost. Not good.
The gang was hanging out at one of the MANY bars and cafes in this beach town, right at the traffic circle next to the hotel, and welcomed us as we arrived. ...
... 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 ...