Llop Gris Hotel

Address: Principat d'Andorrra, El Tarter, AD100, Andorra | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Principat d'Andorrra, El Tarter, is near Grandvalira and Duty Free.
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    Travel Blogs from El Tarter

    Day nine

    A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... shortly thereafter we were joined by Wayne Lori and Mesfin. We all then got on the very busy N road and proceeded to this hotel which is right on the highway. Tomorrow is a huge day with 3100 metres of total climb and a total ride of 118 Kms. Either Caroline is going to get a lot of business, or some of us will not be getting to the hotel until very late. Thanks to all who have been commenting on the blog. ...

    DAY 9/June 22: Oust to Luzenac

    A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 22, 2015

    ... thing was that there was gafitti in the cave made by modern explorers, from the 1600's to the 1800's, who discovered the prehistoric paintings but did not realize that they were as old as they are. It wasn't until the early 1900's and carbon dating that the true age of the paintings were determined.

    Lucie was continuing to struggle with the altitudes, and this afternoon after arriving in Luzenac with Caroline, she got on ...

    Agnes is a Bitch ~108km

    A travel blog entry by thebaz on Jun 22, 2015

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    ... the smart ones. The climb to today's first col afforded some views before veering off into the sun, which by early morning was already so hot that I rode on the left side of the road for a bit so I could stay in whatever shade was available.

    The descent was OK - there were a few pebbles in one corner - but ended abruptly as I turned to access the climb to the Col d'Agnes, which ...

    <singing> 3 Cols in the Mountains (107+km)

    A travel blog entry by thebaz on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... where you are in the scheme of things until there is only 3 km left – perhaps because it might be too disheartening to know?

    At that point the nature of the climb changes, and there are more frequent switchbacks, but this time flatter than the ones lower down, so as to offer a brief respite (if I can call it that) from the otherwise-constant climbing. Finally, after a final push there ...

    Day eight

    A travel blog entry by timsparling on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... looking for a place to get a bite of lunch, but all the places we tried were running Father's Day dinners and were full. Lori very kindly gave me a piece of her black bread and cheese, without which I would probably not completed the day. I tried to talk Peter and Lori into taking Barry's "alternate" route, to no avail, so on we went to tackle the third col which was supposed to be around 5% over 14 Kms. In my humble opinion, and that of most who did this climb, ...