Ibis Perpignan Sud St Charles
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
... 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. ...
... little in the way of civilzation on the route today and we had to be resourceful and keep our eyes open for food and water. On the descent from Col du Garavel I spotted a spring with potable water in Bousquet, so I pulled over an loaded up for the climb to Col de Jau.
Eleven kilometres of relatively easy slopes--or was I just in better shape now, and hydrated?--and we were at Col de Jau, looking down at a 27-km run-out to Prades.
The bottom half of ...