Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Sequoia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... motorhome off the pitch which was something I knew I could do because I had got it on a few days earlier. Unfortunately it didn't work quite that well. I was given a lot of conflicting instructions and help from a very nice Dutch family as a consequence of which I managed to get myself pretty well wedged between trees. The difficulty with a motorhome is not only that it is rather long, but it is wider than a car and a lot higher and my problem was that every time ...
Headed for the fresh patisserie for fresh croissants and coffee then hit the road jack we ain't coming back no more! Set the maps for along the Pyrenees with the options set for staying off the main drag. That of course means some poop your pants roads but that is all part of the fun.
No pictures will ever tell the story. As we pop along I pick a spot on the map to head towards and start googling for some digs ...
Town in the Pyrenees. A spa town. Very nice town but Aire run down but good location. Why? Well I wanted to ride a Col on the Pyrenees, Clive wants to stay local so we head for what looks like a good spot ready for a nice long ride tomorrow and I will tag on another Col at the end. Right! Well best laid plans and all that. The town is very nice but the Aire is not. In fact The local Maire has posted up, all sorts of notices demanding that we stay in our Camping-Car. ...
... all sorted so we could shower. Very important! !
In cafe now trying 2.50 pint for research purposes.
The frontier with Spain is just at edge of Andorra la vella and its a long way to Spanish coast up and down many mountains. You would want good brakes and not be scared of sheer drops at edge of road.
It must be beautiful during skiing season but I would recommend it in Summer too they have a lot of building crammed into gaps between the hills. ...
... darts board and table tennis table. The living quarters were on the top floor. There were four comfortable bedrooms, a living room, bathroom, toilet and kitchen. Nothing looked too breakable, which is always a relief if you own a few herds of children.
The village of Rouvenac itself was a typical pretty French village with shuttered houses, narrow twisting streets, and window-boxes overflowing with geraniums ...