Residence Resitel Le Grand Bleu
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... attractive avenue, lined with tall Palm trees, and a wide stream running through town. There were some tourists, but not many. We shopped for some toiletries we needed, and looked for a suitcase. We got the former, but even at 50%25 off the suitcases were too expensive. We had a drink then dinner at 7pm across the road from our hotel. It cost 70 euro and the food, service, and physical facility didn't excite us despite feeling hungry. Neither did being surrounded by ...
... so called' curry house and traipsed off in search of it across La Tet River via the Pont Joffre and past the now defunct Le Punjab which looked like it had been a huge restaurant. However, no curry house was to be found. So we found a Chinese restaurant.
By the time we had finished we were so full that bed seemed the only option. It was only 9.30pm.
Mileage today - 85
Total mileage so far - 2272
... in Vinca, then went back to the Chateau to collect the others and drive them into Perpignan to the airport - 40 min away. We had a 10 min wait for the train, then 30 min on the train. The train fare was only 1 Euro each. . There is limited parking areas so they are trying to encourage more travel by public transport. We got a taxi from the station to the airport and arrived much the same time as Jade Was sad saying goodbye to Jade and Eva, but ...
... English is rather difficult to understand at times. He desperately wants to learn French, but it comes across really bad. So he said he had to stop and ask local people the way. They just spoke in French but he got there and filled his prescription. He said it was so much fun. Robby and I decided not to go to Tai Chi this morning, so we could get breakfast made on time. We made vegetable filled omelettes. Now we're making lunch: coleslaw, fried ...
... to France in 1659 - yet all we have done is drive down the coastline! It begs the question: "Was there a time in days gone by when France had no Mediterranean coast at all?"
The campsite we are on is awesome which is why we are still here!!! We have our own private ensuite! It's true, though not quite as flash as it sounds, nevertheless in seven months of camping, we have never been on a site that provides a ...