Hotel Cristina

Address: La Solana, 24, Pas de la Casa, AD200, Andorra | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on La Solana, 24, Pas de la Casa, is near Grandvalira.
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        Travel Blogs from Pas de la Casa

        Goodbye Andorra. Hello SNOW!!!!

        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 03, 2015

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... snow on the mountain tops and it looks absolutely beautiful in the sun shine. We take the tunnel route that once again has been specially reserved for us, as no one else is in it and the view as we came out the other end was truly breath taking, so we decided to stop to make coffee and try to take it all in. We are so lucky. The snow looks so pretty with the sun shine almost like a fairy tale. At border control we are waved through, ...

        Last day in Andorra.

        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 02, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... to put you at ease and we do feel very relaxed. The sky's are looking quite dark from the Spanish side and we have certainly had the best of our 3 days, so it's time to head back, as it happens just in time as the few spots become more frequent and 20 mins later the mountains have nearly disappeared, but it will settle the dust. Oh, and we got the washing washed and dried, in case you wondered ...

        Which Language Should We Be Speaking?

        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Nov 01, 2015

        1 comment, 13 photos

        Decided to walk into the old town this morning and took Tess with us. She's getting used to walking on a lead now with lots of people, still not sure about traffic and bridges, but she walks to heel and just needs a little reassurance every so often. So different from the cliff top walks she's been used to, especially today, as it's very busy here. Very different for us too, no medieval town and little roads and alleys. It's makes a ...

        Right, Andorra it is.

        A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Oct 31, 2015

        11 photos

        ... It was a very nice tunnel, but for several Km's we were the only ones in it mmmmm had we blundered, no except we had to pay a modest toll (the French apparently are a bit tight) and the road was not so twisty, so all said a good decision. What struck us is the amount of new apartments being built, their are dozens of very large blocks in the process of being completed as well new road configurations. We've decided to stay on a proper site here as it ...

        From Cadaques to the cowshed at La Seu d'Urgell

        A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Oct 09, 2015

        ... of earlier, more basic times on the land. The Cadi valley area seems to be a major butter producing area and there were also lots of productive apple and pear trees. The climate and vegetation of the Pyrenees are more like northern Europe than is the rest of Spain.

        After our bucolic interlude, we found our way back to the highway through the narrow back lanes of Seu d'Argell and on towards Sort and the higher part of the Catalan Pyrenees.


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