Campanile Perpignan Nord
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... has Charlemagne living here briefly, in 800AD, to establish the monastery, and reputedly marking out the hills with his buttocks. The walk around the village is the Pied de Charlemagne, literally, his footsteps.
Finally, locals take kindly to our attempts at French, humouring us and filling in the gaps where even a Franglais word won't suffice.
... but there was never anyone there and any information that was on notice boards was in Dutch. All the other people on the site were Dutch and tended to stick together so it was rather a lonely stay. Treacle has been very ill over the past few weeks and so, reluctantly, I have started to give her steroids again. So far we have had two good days and I am keeping my fingers crossed for the future.
From this small Dutch site I move ...
... and drowned in piña colada one of the yummiest desserts ever! Had a lovely sleep in till nearly 9 a rarity on this holiday thus far, a leisurely brekkie and then a nice amble down the canal, kept going along the canal bank a bit further than we needed to and got blocked off by a bridge don't know whether it was a spot used by the homeless for a loo or what but the smell was horrific, dry retched our way back to the steps and up the bank to the road - puke city! ...
As still as anything here and so quiet. Just lovely. The town is beautiful, I won't say the most beautiful because I don't think you can claim that until one has seen all the towns of the world. The water is so still it acts as a perfect mirror. It was beautiful and quiet and it felt so relaxing and kinda eerie at the same ...
... I'd ever seen, the web says that the Romans built it to transport their wine from Italy to Narbonne obviously didn't like the local stuff! They settled here as they liked the warm climate with Atlantic breezes. Wiki also says: Bram was a centre of Cathar belief, a heresy from Christianity. Their difference from Rome brought the intervention of Simon de Montfort who, following a Spanish monk who became St Dominic, besieged the ...