Mercure Perpignan Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is fab and air conditioned. Chilled for a bit then all showered then found a basic but great tapas bar - friendly service and fab food and cheap to boot. Finished with a wander up la rambla and into the barri gotic. Lovely evening. Kids managed to persuade us to play a few games of cards so not a very early ...
This morning we went for an early morning ride in the dark. We left at 5am and got back around 6.30am.
While we were just coming out of Pouzolles I heard an owl above me. We went from Pouzolles to Roujon and Neffies and back. It was fun, We could see lights flashing on the hill. They were red and in the distance on top of wind turbines. When we were heading back up the hill into Roujan a cute little puppy started chasing me up the road. It gave me such a fright - I did ...
... turning power. The pilot was exceptional. This was followed by the French version of the red arrows, same shapes and manoeuvres. The rain was sprinkling down, and we walked several miles from where we parked the car to the beach to watch the display - tired! Latour bas elne was en fete on Saturday. The villagers were eating and drinking together in the square. We went down to Argeles sur Mer for D to have a dip. It was windy and the current was pulling seawards. Apparently ...
... snoring from a couple of nights ago. When she had stopped laughing, she recommended some tablets for him.
We then had a walk around Perpignan. It isn't a big city. But being a medieval city and there being a settlement dating back to roman times, it does have character. It is also a big Rugby stronghold and there are reminders of the city Rugby team, USA Perpignan, everywhere.
After having a look at some of ...
We stayed on the coast of Perpignan at a place called Canet and only a 20min drive from the city. It is also where the Air NZ plane crashed in 2008 killing five NZers and two Germans so we visited the memorial which was quite surreal. Alice's cousin Angharrod who is from Wales is living there at the moment teaching at a French school as part of her teaching degree so it was awesome to have her there to help translate. We had a ...