- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... up the car, grabbed some snacks for later and headed into the mountains. Was no long before we spotted snow and was most excited. However, this was nothing compared to when we got to the top. It is one of the most breathtaking views, drive and buildings. As much as Andorra is 'small' there are a few 'towns' which can take a bit of navigating and time to get through. But that all adds to the experience. After arriving at ...
... 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.
... Still trying to get to grips with what is going on here. Charles, who owned the chateau and sold it to Karina and Craig, is still involved and is basically project manager. He, unsurprisingly, is not terribly happy to share the responsibilities with me. There seems to me to be a question as to whether he is getting a kick back on the various works in progress and/ or giving benefits to friends and family. For example the underfloor heating project that is being ...
... an Andorra police officer which will make a nice addition to his collection.
We then jumped in the car and headed west about 25km to the town of La Seu d'Urgell in Spain. While crossing the border we were stopped by the Spanish Police checking to make sure we were not bringing in goods over the duty free allowance and Nathan took the opportunity to get his second badge for the morning. It was interesting in that as soon as we crossed the border ...
... nice hotel near the capital of Andorra La Vella and right in the middle of the shopping district. We then spent the afternoon exploring the sites of Andorra and of course visiting numerous shops, as well as walking through the old town of Andorra and seeing the stone buildings. If you are interested, some of the cheaper items we noticed were Diesel fuel which was .89c/l compared to France where the average is 1.15/l, alcohol - for ...