Le Clos Cerdan
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The people here are gorgeous, they all wear beautiful clothes and never looked under dressed. I want my Spanish to improve so maybe I can live here one day. I love the food, clothing, lifestyle, familial values and just everything. It's truly a unique and wonderful place. I haven't felt home sick at all, although I did Skype Luke today, which made me miss everything slightly. Tomorrow is the first day of my true life here, where I ...
... we parked at the fort in Collioure. Also possible to stay at the fort gratuit when other motorhomers are there. We also noticed a road ascending towards a high hill with a tower on it so another venture for next time. Enjoying the sight of snow on the top of Canigou and the clear air but very windy this ...
In Spain now! On Friday we headed for Collioure, having been there before, as we knew there would be plenty of parking in a Friday night, the French getting their Motorhomes out for the weekend? It was so but still loads of space, excessive sunshine and the temperature up to 30C, too warm for us. We sat out late, dined late but it was still too hot until the early hours of the morning on Saturday for sleep. Up early Saturday ...
We had seen much of Provence while Matthew was working in France and decided to take an ambitous journey to Eastern Spain for our last weekend. To our surprise, we discovered that there was a tiny country between France and Spain! We had to check this out! I'm sure we aren't alone in not knowing that there was such a country and I'm sure even fewer have ever travelled there. Although it was generally on our route to Spain from France, the detour into Andorra added ...
... arrived at the refuge (1830m) in 4 3/4 hours with breaks, 5.5 in the book without breaks. Steve and the girl took 6.5 hours.
This French girl had been made redundant and so was living her dream of walking in the mountains for 12 days - Mèrens to Banyuls. Only she didn't know how to use a map and compass and hadn't got a sleeping bag. Steve found her on the route and now accompanies as her guide, as he doesn't speak French. I don't think she knows how lucky she ...