Le Mas des Arcades
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... the bodies. We climbed on our bikes and rode 10km up the beach and found a big ship that was now earth bound and zebra's and elephants and white horses. I kid you not. Check out my photos!!!! Now I think the whole of France is at the beach and half of Spain. Its all so different to what we are used to but thats why we are here! Tomorrow we shall go to Carcassonne or maybe the next day. We shall see how hot it ...
... St Jean where we found a sandwich place. Lori, Steve, Peter and I were sitting there when Tom ca me by.. He came and joined us and told us the story of a little dog we had all seen on the side of the road, which was now in the van with Caroline who was attempting to find the owner. I will leave the details to Tom, but I think the pup is currently in their room in the hotel. Tom then led us the rest of the way to the med, with some excitement when we found ourselves on a ...
Well this day was truly a slice. I left the hotel with Peter, Steve and Gilles at 8:30, and arrived at the hotel in Prades at 7 pm. The nominal route was 115 Kms with 6 climbs.
Our little group cut off the first two climbs thus reducing the length by about 12 Kms. We then started our climb of the Col de Pailheres which took us to 2001 metres, with the last 450 metres of altitude being done ...
This entry by Tom.
This morning's breakfast at the hotel was the biggest and best spread of the trip so far, and at a very good price, too. Less impressive was the accounting at the front desk at check-out. I don't know why the innkeeper was so unprepared with the billing; it was a total mess.
It was another hot, sunny day so I started off on the extra loop past the Abbaye St-Michel-de-Cuxa (which Caroline ...
... the col. A couple quick photos later and we were on our way down.
It was quite a descent. First, right near the top was a small uphill that none of us pedalled over since we got enough momentum from the downhill just before it to carry us over--that was cool! Then after that there were relatively steep sections with tight switchbacks alternating with longer straight runs. This would definitely be the more difficult direction to climb from.
We found a ...