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Travel Blogs from Andorra la Vella
... of had to use them crossing over into Spain, of all places...
With Skippy wearing her new chains we tackled the steep climb. The road was dangerous enough with all the fresh snow, but it became even more stressful with every couple of metres stationary cars and their occupants stood in our way. Eventually we came to the boarder crossing, leaving France ready to explore Andorra. Parked for the night in the capital Andorra del Villa with our hot water bottles close by.
... back in time, and very special to have the opportunity to see this part of France through the eyes of the locals.
One afternoon we drove 20 minutes to Plateau de Beille and it was like a Winter Wonderland. We were above the tree line and there was thick white snow as far as you could see. We had hot chocolates and chocolate crepes in the restaurant at the top and while Sam & Amandine went cross-county skiing, we took the boys for a walk ...
... but OK until this morning, when the sun came out and the ski fields called. www.valnord.com is better than any of our photos. Immense place, and great skiing. Enough said. Tonight (29th) back for another go at the buffet, and then head back to the UK tomorrow, via overnight train.
Have a work for accom (HelpX) job in Cornwall starting Jan 2nd, so will let you know how things go.
Happy New Year, and enjoy the photos.
... all the bright light, towering hotels and stores, there will be little patches of dirt with a few chickens running around. Today, walking past Caldea (which is another story) within 100 meters was a state of the art Thermal Spa, construction site, hotels, a cemetery, a small farm with goats, chickens, sheep and new-born lambs, apartments, and the country's largest hospital. Quite staggering that it is all stacked in so closely and yet all getting ...
... more at threat from Russian mafia money than an invading army. The hotel was lovely, warm and had a hot spa for resting cold muscles sore from skiing. The hotel is near the Ordino ski fields of Andorra, but it is also near a National park where we had hoped to go walking or snowshoeing. Cath suggested we buy ourselves some snowshoes since we could have used them at Montaillou, and we could use them in Andorra and elsewhere on our trip. Cath was ...
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