Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Trois Domaines
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Day 22 - Friday, 26th September, 2014
We had decided on Thursday night that we were going to have a lazy day today. The hotel was arguably the best we had stayed at and it was cheap. So we booked in for another night.
We got up to the best inclusive breakfast of the trip so far, some of it being English style although there were no beans and after this went for ...
Day 21 - Thursday, 25th September, 2014
We left Perpignan and started riding due west into the Pyrenees Mountains. Our destination was Andorra.
We soon started to make height. The roads were great motorcycling roads, generally good road surfaces, long sweeping left and right bends. There was a nice view around every corner.
Mid afternoon saw us cross from France into Spain, the 9th country of our trip. ...
... seen some fantastic sights and not a single scratch on the car! I am very pleased and just a little amazed. Our little Peugeot 208 has been a delight to drive and we will miss her. Everything about the car has been a delight, except perhaps the GPS, which while indispensable was also at times frustrating. We catch the train into Les Rambles and then walk 5 minutes to our accommodation. Unfortunately we are left standing outside for ...
We begin the day by having a final wander around parts of Carcassonne citie and are on the road by 11. We have a new country to visit - Andorra - which is less than 200 Kms away. The first part of the trip is relatively uninteresting, as scenically the area around Carcassonne has little to offer. However once we get beyond Foix the landscape immediately changes as we reach the foothills of the Pyrenees. The road winds sharply and steeply to an altitude,of over 2000 metres. ...
The first mile was uphill. I had warned them. What I hadn't known, was that it was a push up a grassy, boulder-strewn 40 degree path, through a tunnel of trees. it was gorgeous, bt not really cycle-able.
We passed a landslide and an electric fence (carefully unhooked, although I doubt it was switched on). Then we pushed past some 100 year old, neglected orchards, before emerging at a farm track ...