Hotel Chez Paulo

Address: Pas de la Casa, Andorra | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Pas de la Casa, is near Grandvalira.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Chez Paulo Pas de la Casa

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Pas de la Casa

Pride comes before a fall

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on May 27, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... motorhome off the pitch which was something I knew I could do because I had got it on a few days earlier. Unfortunately it didn't work quite that well. I was given a lot of conflicting instructions and help from a very nice Dutch family as a consequence of which I managed to get myself pretty well wedged between trees. The difficulty with a motorhome is not only that it is rather long, but it is wider than a car and a lot higher and my problem was that every time ...

Pretty principality!

A travel blog entry by michealhurley on May 13, 2015

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We arrived this afternoon after driving via Toulouse. The drive up the mountains takes two hours and is a combination of winding roads and tunnels a few times all you could see was a mountain 100 metres ahead and no obvious road until you go around a bend. Its one of the prettiest towns I've ever seen. Snow all gone but now gearing up for summer hikers. Wine 2 euro a bottle, beer 2.50 a pint.I had a few electrical problems but after an hour with ...

Don't believe everything you see

A travel blog entry by drrich on May 02, 2015

3 photos

After leaving our last pleasant short stay B & B we journeyed via very round about routes to get to the next bed. we were staying in a somewhat out of the way place due to difficulty finding a lot of options of interesting places in the small area in which I wanted to stay. The first road we wanted to take we new had a closed passed so our ever reliable GPS ( now known as Beatrix) suggested some cut through routes. Unfortunately these initially came to an ...

Arrival in France

A travel blog entry by raeyorg on Apr 28, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... she totally renovated with lovely turquoise shutters and standing on top of a ridge. Sitting on the terrace having lunch and looking across at the range of the Pyrenees was spectacular even if the weather was rather hazy.
Some friends took us to a cave that was a significant part of the Cathare history. The Cathares are a religious group, who were wiped out by the Catholic Church through the King in the 13th century. They used the the basement ...

Never a dull moment

A travel blog entry by carofoley on Apr 26, 2015

4 comments, 20 photos

... square dates back to the middle ages and the old beams which support the eaves around the shops are incredibly thick but aged. One wonders how they can still be supporting the levels above.

On Saturday we went to Limoux to check out Cremant de Limoux. This alternative to champagne was created in 1531 by the monks in Limoux and the champagne region copied their method to create champagne. We went to get a selection for Karina to try in order to pick ...