Hotel Pic Maia
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... an Andorra police officer which will make a nice addition to his collection.
We then jumped in the car and headed west about 25km to the town of La Seu d'Urgell in Spain. While crossing the border we were stopped by the Spanish Police checking to make sure we were not bringing in goods over the duty free allowance and Nathan took the opportunity to get his second badge for the morning. It was interesting in that as soon as we crossed the border ...
... nice hotel near the capital of Andorra La Vella and right in the middle of the shopping district. We then spent the afternoon exploring the sites of Andorra and of course visiting numerous shops, as well as walking through the old town of Andorra and seeing the stone buildings. If you are interested, some of the cheaper items we noticed were Diesel fuel which was .89c/l compared to France where the average is 1.15/l, alcohol - for ...
... the best highlights of the trip for him so far.
The fields closed at 5pm and we headed back down the mountain to home. Our return trip was a tad cold with the car heater not working for some reason, luckily we had snow jackets to put on to help make the trip a little more bearable. Hopefully, it is only a minor fault and Nathan can get it working again soon.
We think we will be back!
... of Feb/beginning of March. Karina has just had an email from a family who used to live in the chateau during the 2nd world war and they want to meet up with her at the beginning of March, so hopefully I will be there by then. Edmiston have been lovely and I shall miss the great people there not to mention all the other wonderful people I have got to know including the Batts, the Gaillets, the Roberts, the ...
... to the trip! There aren't any trains or airports into the country either. The entire country is so mountainous that straight roads aren't possible. Extremely long tunnels have been dug in some areas, but they don't get too far through the mountain. Before long we were again winding through the narrow mountain roads. To make matters worse, the roads were also being used by the locals for herding their livestock! We were in a traffic jam for about an ...