Port Aine 2000
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to put you at ease and we do feel very relaxed. The sky's are looking quite dark from the Spanish side and we have certainly had the best of our 3 days, so it's time to head back, as it happens just in time as the few spots become more frequent and 20 mins later the mountains have nearly disappeared, but it will settle the dust. Oh, and we got the washing washed and dried, in case you wondered ...
... to wander round big shops, like Cartier and Lacoste! (Just need a bigger bank balance). When we walked up to the historic area of town, most of it has been lost, just a couple of buildings and a church. Most we think has made way for the modernisation but we did find the road I remembered with all the older shops, still not what you call picturesque! Reaching the end of town we sat by the river for a cappuccino and a beer, even ...
... and climb and climb!! We have a fan club behind quite quickly, but every now and then we have a crawler lane and they zoom by. We are slightly concerned that there do not seem to be any other camping cars on the road and there are yellow signs warning of road closures on the 3rd November, luckily just after this we spot several coming towards us and cheery waves are exchanged. We discovered further up the very twisty road that an articulated lorry ...
... down the Segre R valley between the main Pyrenees range and the Sierra del Cadi.
La Seu is Spain's gateway to Andorra. It was once a 9th century bishopric, where a band of local Frankish nobles based themselves to begin the task of ousting the Moors. We turned into this now quiet mountain town to cross the river to drive the short distance to our farm stay at Casa Rural La Vall del Cadi. However the town street plan was far from straightforward and ...
... designed, well in comparison to other courses I've seen. They have come a long way since - Augsburg in 1972!!! The course was amazing - not running gave me an insight into the construction, rounded boulders and sloping sides makes for a more natural style of water - no surging like with Augsburg. The course was one of the first to use the water flow ...