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... 20 kms along, we were asked to stop and asked about our duty free purchases, we told her and she said, "is that it" 2 bottles of gin and 2 rose wines, to which I replied, we are not big spenders!! Ok she said with a smile, you can go. With the mountains behind us, we arrive at our stop for the night, Mont -Louis an old garrison town, that is still used for training to this day as we found out when we tried to go in, a man came ...
We have really enjoyed our stay in Andorra La Vella and this morning we walked into town for the last time. Today rain is threatened by mid afternoon, so we have taken advantage of this and have put the washing in so it will be completed on our return. First we went into a shop that sells bike racks, no one spoke English but we worked out measurements and pointed to heads to show we'd ...
... given a drink, all for 3€, we stills can't get over prices especially here, diesel is 84cents! (62p). Wandered back through town popping into various shops to look, they all take their dogs in, so another new experience for Tess. Then realised it was 2.30pm so stopped for some tapas. Start of with Ola and finish ordering with mercie beaucoup!! Wish everyone spoke the same language, especially here, most speak Spanish. Time for a ...
... completely off the road and landed strangely on its wheels about 50 feet down in a small brook and they were shutting the road on the 3rd to get it out. Words are rather inadequate to describe the totally fabulous views, with the sun shining and the Gypsy Kings belting it out, it was great. They also have some great tunnels and the final one we chose had the entrance refurbished and we had a choice of the mountain road or this tunnel, so we went ...
... Col de Port (1249m) – although fairly long, it never gets really steep. The descent is steeper in places, and took us almost all the way to Tarascon-sur-Ariège, famous for its prehistoric cave paintings. Here we joined the wide main road and enjoyed a flat ride to Ax-les- Thermes, another spa town, where we spend the night. 117km (73 ...