Mercure Perpignan Centre
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Travel Blogs from Perpignan
... evening stroll into the village; there was a nip in the air but we were well rugged up and we knew the marquis was heated. We had not ventured up the cycleway at the back of the camp because it was unlit; instead we had walked up the streets lined with cropped plane trees crossing roundabouts with beautiful santa sleighs. We have to take our hats off to this place - the community spirit is tangible and New Year is celebrated ...
Once we left the French Basque area, we travelled through the Languedoc region of France. Languedoc region is located in the Southern part of France and from the 10th to the 13th century it controlled most of southern France. The remnants of this historical time period in France's history are scattered throughout this region. It is from this region that the brutal crusades against the Cathars began in ...
... under that thing almost the entire time we were at the beach! He didn't want to get sunburned... I was the one who got very burnt in the end!) We had a drink at the bar to take a break from the sand (don't worry mom, it was non-alcoholic...) After cooling off at the bar we realized we didn't want to go back out in the sun so we rode those painful bikes back to the house and decided to drive to another town and explore.
Boy am I happy that we went exploring!! We found the ...
... that I am used to!), we made our way to the desk where we can pick up the keys to the car that we rented. Unfortunately, we were unaware that since we were not 21, we had to pay an extra fee for renting the car. After being set back by this, we decided to try to make the best of our trip anyway.
This poor car caused us so much trouble... It took us a good thirty minutes to find the correct parking lot, and another fifteen to twenty minutes to find the right car; It was ...
... has a distinct Spanish look (we are only 50km from the Spanish border), and the food and culture are also not noticeably French. Croissants for breakfast and Catalonian sausage for lunch. I understand this region has passed from French to Spanish to French again and Spanish again occupation for over 1000 years. Sensibly the locals have given up figuring out which nation they belong to and just ...
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