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Travel Blogs from Sant Julia de Loria
... offered stunning views. Then exploring the cobbled alleyways below, so many loverly small shops and restaurants with so much character.
Later we started our drive to Andorra, a small monarchy right on the border of France and Spain. We were not impressed with the pouring rain, and shocked seeing cars driving towards us covered in snow. As we climbed the mountain the rain turned into snow, quickly covering the road.
Did our first drift in the van at low speeds, I ...
... It had cobblestone streets and very old houses (some of them in ruins) and many still had occupants. From the village, you could see two other villages below it down the side of the mountain. It was up so high and everything about it was steep. We couldn't imagine how they would get the materials up there to build a house, or even get their groceries up there... especially when it was snowing. It is amazing to see how other people live in this world. When ...
... Beef. Oxtails and broth with lamb chops, pork belly, trotters, chicken, black and white pudding, carrots, chickpeas, potatoes, and cabbage. Amazing. There is a microwave if the guest would prefer their food hotter......and at home its called a boil up. Hilarious and enough to feed a clan not just two of us, wine and water and extra $12.
We have spent the last couple of days walking, sightseeing and shopping. Its been cold ...
... down to hold the bike, dismount and throw it up onto the stand in one fluid movement. We were fortunate enough to have a bus driver take us to de la Casa who was a scooter rider on his time off. He also had part time work with the Red Bull team. Best 11 euros bus fare ever spent. This guy drove, talked on the phone, gave change and tickets, changed gear, waved at the girls and grumped at the car drivers often all at once. Hilarious. Holding ...
... skis. Very cute. At the hut we had some nuts and fruit and headed back down the mountain having bread and cheese at the car. We returned to the hotel and soaked our bones in the spa before dinner. Only two nights in Andorra so the next day we headed toward the next principality on our trip, Monaco, but we had snowshoed in the high Pyrenees. It was a hoot, amazing, magical, beautiful, and now the gaming tables of Monte Carlo lay ahead. James Bond look ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service