Les Terres Hotel
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... off there again on my way out of the area.
Finally we had a day when I was feeling really fit and well, Treacle seemed well and the weather was gorgeous, so I took off on a walk that would encompass a hermitage and old castle, and old village with ancient church and some Roman ruins. I was really proud of myself as I climbed the steep hill away from the site, it took me an hour to reach the top and some of it was so steep that I had to use my hands. I ...
... all sorted so we could shower. Very important! !
In cafe now trying 2.50 pint for research purposes.
The frontier with Spain is just at edge of Andorra la vella and its a long way to Spanish coast up and down many mountains. You would want good brakes and not be scared of sheer drops at edge of road.
It must be beautiful during skiing season but I would recommend it in Summer too they have a lot of building crammed into gaps between the hills. ...
... than normal we arrived at the road to go up and get closer to the abbey. But wait... It was closed. We don;t know if it was ever open on that day or if it closed early but there seemed to be others in the same position.
There was a small walled village and we wandered the outer walls without entering the solely tourist realm. We found somewhere to eat to avoid eating with our french host and settled in for the evening before leaving France the next day. ...
... drove the One and a half hours to Les Cabannes on a beautiful day. I was glad to get here after 35 hour travel.
I am now back in the lovely bed sitter I stayed in last year.
One of the horses in the Park has had a foal. Tres belle.
Life is never dull here, even though it is a small village. It wasn't long before some friends from last year moved back from their winter holiday homes. They live further up the mountain and get snowed in, so ...
... laid. The plasterers arrived and they have almost picked off all the old plaster in 4 rooms and then they need to re-plaster. One of the rooms is to be painted with designs/frescoes in the style of the 17th/18th century by the Toulouse School of Fine art so that one needs to be plastered first so that it has time to dry out before they come. We then have to install under floor heating, choose & lay tiles, paint, install cooking equipment, sort out ...