Sapporo Apartments

Avda. d'Encamp 72, Pas de la Casa, Andorra | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Avda. d'Encamp 72, Pas de la Casa, is near Grandvalira.
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Travel Blogs from Pas de la Casa

Haut Route Pyrenees Day One

A travel blog entry by hamiltonfamily on Sep 01, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... whole way with some minor separation on the hills. We finished well within the cut off without over exerting ourselves.


At the finish, there’s an athletes village with lots of food and drink (and a merry-go-round) and now we’re back at the hotel, cleaning up and resting before we have to go up to the briefing for tomorrow.


Just hope we get some sleep tonight otherwise everything is going ...

Andorra - wiggly, waggly woads!!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Aug 28, 2014

3 photos

... ended at a leisure park on a mountaintop - tube slides, bouncing castles, MTB, horses, and more; crowds and not much hope of a camp. Coffee and down again. In the suburb of Andorra La Vella, called St Julia De Loria, luckily spotted the same free campsite behind a supermarket that Miles and Marina had camped in, in April. Roaring river next to us, that once again will drown out local traffic. We ...

Cheeses.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Aug 27, 2014

6 photos

Rob and Rob and John did a tour of the underground caves where they ripen the Roquefort cheeses, 14-25 days depending on the type of cheese. I wandered the village, climbed to a view point, looking out over the Massiv Central, looked at a ruined chapel and then went for coffee. "Cappuccino" was black coffee with thick real cream on top! After the tour, set off toward Andorra, another country when you might say "Where?" Andorra is on the ...

Extreme Andorra

A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Aug 10, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

... built the castle was named was named "Wilfred the Hairy"...
I guess they couldn't all be "the great" or "the brave".
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In Cardona, the glory of the castle and the town itself stem from the nearby salt mines. The salt was used as currency at one point in time, but now it is sold in the gift shops as interesting pendants and bath salts.

From Cardona, we passed through the green, mountainous landscape of northern
Spain and crossed into ...

Expect the unexpected

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Aug 06, 2014

20 photos

... Forestry tea room or Rehab courtyard! The drive to Andorra continued to impress, we were glad we chose the mountain route into France rather than driving along the Mediterranean coast. As glitzy as the Mediterranean sounds what we've seen so far doesn't compare to Australia's beaches, they're jam packed with people, the sand is full of cigarette butts and the surf minimal. The drive through the beginning of the Pyrenees into Andorra felt much more glamorous and naturally ...