Hotel Euro Esqui
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Ce matin, nous avons quitte Barcelone pour rejoindre Andorra la Vella, la capitale et seule ville digne de ce nom en Andorra.
N.B. : Andorra est une petite principaute nichee au coeur des Pyrenes et c'est le 16e plus petit pays du monde.
Un trajet de 3 longues heures en autobus a ecouter CKAC en espagnol d'une oreille et le gros monsieur ronfler de l'autre! Heureusement, la route nous amene dans les Pyrenes, la chaine de montagnes qui separe l'Espagne de la France, ...
... carpark it was minus 1.5 degrees so we decided not to climb to the top. It was freezing. Snow had fallen all along the roadside creating a postcard scene.
We then began a huge loop driving back towards the flatlands to the pretty village of Mirepoix and then the town of Foix and then the gorgeous village of Tarascon with its town clock perched on the hill overlooking the ...
... walls, not like the walled cities of Segovia, Avila or Toledo. We were immediately met by 5 guys in medieval dress who put on a mock swordfight and axe fight for the audience. It was freezing though, so we took refuge in the cathedral and were entertained by 4 singers chanting like monks who then plugged their CD. It was beautiful just ...
... that it was closed and the access into the gorge tunnel was also closed so this was a disappointment. We continued on to Chateau de Peyrepertuse which is a ruined castle/fortress that sits perched 800 metres up on a sheer rocky ridge. We climbed as far as we could go in the car and then had to climb the rest of the way across very rocky terrain but when we got to thetop, it ...
... lining the roadside. As we neared Quillan (pronounced key - arn) we entered a picturesque gorge. Amazing rock overhangs fell across the road and a rocky stream ran along the side of the road - really stunning.
Arrived at our accommodation, Le Jardin de Gorges, in the village of Belvianes et Cavirac, which sits at the base of the mountain range which is just outside our room. I think we will enjoy this.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Euro Esqui Soldeu
A really good hotel for a skiing holiday. Great for families as it is quiet in the evenings, but would suit anyone as it is not too far a walk to the more lively areas. Ski lockers in the basement were extremely handy, walking down from my room in my socks, getting my boots and skis and thats it, no hastle in the morning. Every day the hotel has two shuttle buses we go to the main gondola station in El Tarter, saves on walking in ski boots and with skis :) There is a bus stop just a couple of mins walk from the hotel, and the buses were always on time. The food was good, buffet style breakfast and dinner with lots of options for everyone. The leisure facilities were also really good though the pool was a little cold. Staff were very friendly and helpful. and most of all the bed were comfortable :)
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