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 ...
This is the last day that we have the car and after 32 days of driving I am ready to return it. It take me ten minutes before we leave to give it a quick wash - after a month it needs it. Our lovely GPS will not recognise Barcelona Airport, so we settle for entering Barcelona as our destination. The roads out of Andorra are very good, but it takes almost 90 minutes to completely clear the Pyrennes. With some impressive tunnels it is ...
... we go down the hill to Andorra Le Vella, the main settlement with a population of over 20,000 and which is only 1000m above sea level. We have lunch and do some shopping, I get a couple of ties and we both get our haircuts. Despite the very prosperous look of Andorra, it apparently has few taxes, so things are a little cheaper. Very few of the shopkeepers know any English, with the main languages being Catalan and Spanish, followed by French. English is a very poor fourth. ...
... along the cart track we stopped for a snack. It was pretty much the top of the hill, at around 550m. After that, it was a stony bump to the road, and then a looooong roll downhill to the very pretty town of Brenac.
Brenac is balanced across a gorge and coated in flowers. It has drinking water, but no cafe. We ate our sandwiches sitting on the bridge.
"Bon appetit" said a local.