Magic Canillo Resort Hotel and Apartments
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... how dangerous it would be during the winter.
After heading back to the car and getting dry, we decided to spend the afternoon seeing more of Andorra. The weather had cleared significantly so we were able to visit a few of the other towns with the sun shining as well. We then drove through the middle of the country up through the mountains to see the view from the top, and visit the towns on the other side as well. Gotta love a small country!
... to shrug at the fact I had misinterpreted the town name. It was a good town to stop if you wanted to explore the wine region, but had absolutely nothing to do with beer. What it did have was a great campsite, and for us some great neighbours. Bert and Ria were middle-aged Dutchies riding a bright red BMW bike and side-cart. Their set-up matched their personalities. They were outgoing, funny, genuine people who oozed positivity and it was a pleasure to ...
... I would have considered taking things into my own hands with the publication on social media of a Haute Route Daily Di@&head Award. Rider bib number, name and nationality mentioned in a simple post to the Haute Route Facebook page. Still an option if things continue on as per today.
There were a couple of other positive highlights today as well. At the start line the organisers gathered the ...
On Thursday morning after our now standard breakfast of coffee and croissants we hit the road south towards the Pyrenees. We are going to a town called Font Romeu which is on the French side of the Pyrenees close to the border with Spain. After a long day of driving we came upon the mountains. They are quite extraordinary. A thunderstorm had begun so we got quite a welcome here. Again, we were quite glad we ...
... the mountains into France, then back to Spain through the tiny principality of Andorra. We headed off on our drive. About 30 mins into our climb into the hills, we realised that our passports were in the hotel safe. Likely we wouldn't need them between Spain and France... But we weren't too sure about Andorra (not being an EU country). So we turned around and went to pick them up. After an hour detour, we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility