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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and rested for a while, we got back in the car and drove to the summit so we could play in the snow and have some fun. For dinner we stopped at Arisnal (another small town) at an Argentinian Restaurant. The steak was very tasty and the kids burgers were massive! Was a long day by then, so we headed home for another rest and an early night. The next morning we did a bit of shopping in Andorra before heading to our next stop ...
... the other side of the town, and saw the huge Caldera spa, a huge shard of glass pointing into the sky, before heading back towards the old part of town and eventually my bus back to Barcelona.
The town isn't very big, and so it didn't take long to see it, but it was a fun experience, and if you love mountains, skiing or luxury shopping then it's worth the visit.
... and he seemed to remember every detail. Unfortunately his mother had to sell the chateau as his father died without a will and his father's 7 sisters all wanted a share. The chateau and its lands were all divided up and sold off but it took years and lots of court cases until everything was settled. In the 1960s and 70s it was used as a children's holiday camp and then it was bought by Charles' syndicate who proceeded to knock out walls and generally let the place go to ...
... notice a definite difference in the architecture of the buildings between what we have been seeing in France and what we saw in Andorra. The buildings were of a different shape and brightly coloured.
La Seu d'Urgell was a pleasant find and we spent longer then planned exploring the town. We visited the Santa Maria Cathedral, St Miguel Chapel and the museum of La Seu d'Urgell where we met an old Spanish man who took a great fondness to Traci ...
... at 8.30am and finishes at 4.30pm, with a two hour break in the middle. St Josephs is a primary school, with children aged between 3 and 10 attending. The most surprising thing is that religion is not a major focus of the school with the parish priest only coming to the school twice a year at Easter and Christmas to explain the reason for the holidays. Prayer does not form a major part of daily school life and christian beliefs are not ...