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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Perpignan
Checked out of our paris home and had a casual journey to gare de Lyon - till I realised the train went at 10.07 not 10.30! Luckily we just made the train! Our first class seats were spacious though not all together and no table. Rich played loads of cards while I got up to date with this. Easy journey to our ...
... did a little shopping. Olli and I got glaces I got Mango and Olli got Malabar which is Bubblegum flavour. As well we saw a cool shop that had glasses that looked like Ray Bans but were just copies. It was called Peache Original. I got some cool black and blue ones and Olli got white with mirror gold lenses.
Then we had to leave. When we got home we had tea and went to bed tired!
PS. Mum didn't find her shopping. It had been taken just like Dad said!
... us quite pretty, but the area is a huge development of holiday homes, campsites and static caravan parks. Added to which are the usual attractions. We looked at some light collapsible chairs - ours are good but heavy if you have to walk with them. Sport 2000 had some on display, but they were very flimsy. So we went into Perpignan to Decathlon and got their own brand -€9.99 each. A bargain! Millie has been under the weather again. This time we think it's our fault. ...
... the mass of people left the train.Then we settled in to a comfortable ride to Genoa, made the connecting train to Ventimigila near the border where Peter knew we had to get another train to go into France. This we managed as we had about an hour up our sleeve. We decided to go as far as Nice to split the long journey. I think Kahori will be amused at our lack of definite travel plans for this day. We did have to say, well just how far ...
... tried for 40 minutes to get it out, and eventually gave up and went home to pack and plan our day. We lost all of our pictures from Barcelona to Tossa, and of the cove, so apologies for not sharing those!
The front desk people at hostels are thee most amazing people on the planet. So helpful. This woman was helping us call train stations to see if we can take bikes and asking all these other questions we wouldn't have thought to ask. Eventually the plan ...