Holiday Inn Andorra
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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 ...
... the hotel for a nightcap.
Andorra is classed as a micro state and the 6th smallest country in Europe. It has a population of around 85,000 and is a tax haven. It has the 3rd highest life expectancy in the world at 84 years and the official language is Catalan. Andorra La Vella is the highest capital city in Europe at a height of just over 1000m or 3,356 feet above sea level.
Miles today - 122
Total mileage so far - 2394
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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...