Hotel Euro Esqui
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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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... finished at a Font Romeu over in France. It started in the main square in front of the monastery with the mayor making a little speech and wishing us well. The race began with a convoy through the town lead by a race car before the timing started at about the five kilometre mark. With many townsfolk lining the streets and waving us on and the sunshine on the racers multi coloured outfits and bikes, the atmosphere was special - ...
... Andorrans have no level ground to build on, so level out a platform and build on it, on the edge of rivers, cliffs and anywhere else. Hundreds of new ski condos everywhere, as winter sports is one of their big dollar earners. If we had been driving a smaller vehicle, we could have looked at old fortresses and a 16th century church, but no hope of parking anywhere except way out of the settlements. Next ...
Rob and Rob and John did a tour of the underground caves where they ripen the Roquefort cheeses, 14-25 days depending on the type of cheese. I wandered the village, climbed to a view point, looking out over the Massiv Central, looked at a ruined chapel and then went for coffee. "Cappuccino" was black coffee with thick real cream on top! After the tour, set off toward Andorra, another country when you might say "Where?" Andorra is on the ...
... mountain goat track (see pic) to the car & bike the vistas through the clouds made one feel you could have been in any mountains in the world. We eventually passed the other houses and neighbours in their village of Coulat. We turned the corner to their car and my moto. Met their closest neighbour "Bruno" again who wa off fly fishing and I was now feeling more confident of the French greeting so practised that on Bruno - ...
... down a track. While we missed the food in Spain, Andorra made for a pretty nice road trip.
School here doesn't start until September, so we have one more road trip planned this month--a trip to Galicia and the Basque country to visit our exchange student, Eider. Best part of all, Amani will be joining us!
Hasta la proxima noticia.
Carlos y Bethany