Nemea Residence Les Balcons d'Ax
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... of electronic shops and other shops aimed at the tourist. There are restaurants although not that many. We could only find one place that could pretend to be a Pub/Bar, a place called 'Mama Maria', which was pretty good.
So after a couple of hours walking around the city we returned to the hotel and got our heads down for an hour or so. The last ...
... steep cliffs on either side.
When we reached Andorra La Vella, we could see our hotel but it must have taken us 45 minutes to get to the road outside the front of it. In our quest to get there we must have rode along every road in the city!
We eventually managed to find our way and hotel is definitely the best one of the trip so far.
In the evening we went to a local bar and had a superb steak before ...
... hour due to a communication mixup with our Airbnb host. The apartment is in one of the many narrow side streets branching off from Les Rambles and is on the second floor of a very old apartment block, with stairwells like a maze. It is less than salubrious, but really close to everything. In the evening we walk down to the waterfront and have a lovely meal in a beautiful setting overlooking the water to celebrate our arrival in ...
... is in the nearby settlement of Ordino, just a few kilometres up the valley. The apart-hotel is very modern and very nice, probably the best of our trip. In fact most of the hotels and apartments in Ordino are quite new and there are five big construction cranes in this small village. Not surprising as Andorra has 10m visitors a year. In the evening we wander around the village, buy some snacks and retire to the comfort of our apartment. We even have some English TV news ...
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 ...