Hotel Sant Roc
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... yourself down the mountain. We all agree this was certainly a highlight. The park closed at 5pm so it was time to jump back in the car and head for home, but not before filling up at a cheap .899c/l.
The last two days have been fun and Kate has decided that Andorra is her favourite country so far and she will return to live when she is older. It must be something to do with the shopping and the modern buildings, she certainly is a city girl.
... We spotted and paused at the site of a crumbling tower located high along this climb and took a rough track to gain a closer view of the remnants of a 13th century fortress. The outer walls were in their original places thought shortened after the years. An inner grid of equally shorter stone walls completed the scene and provided some insight to the original layout though we were unable to conjure any image of the sort of life the inhabitants would have had. This is a wildly ...
... Andorra La Vella. An amazing sensation - a large city crowded in on all sides by steep mountain sides, in an alpine gorge less than a kilometre wide. No hope of stopping and parking ( we had been forewarned by friend Miles) so we drove through. Then we decided to head for the hills and look for camp spot. We drove up and up, through "suburbia", and very well off suburbia at that; countless ...
... the mountains for a return to the spectacularly placed Santuari de Queralt from where we were able to watch numerous Griffon Vultures at close quarter. The café in the sanctuary provided a decent and inexpensive lunch. I think I had lamb chops.
On the drive down we spotted what looked like a few orchids so we stopped the car and found several different species including Lesser Butterfly Orchids. This all filled in a good few hours and we eventually descended to Berga ...
... on roads with very little traffic. We spotted lots of Pyramidal Orchids on the roadsides in several places. They're not a rare flower in the UK but generally you have to go looking for them. Seeing them at the edge of a main road like this is not something we’re used to.
I turned the car around to get a few photographs of some particularly sturdy ones we'd passed and from the turnaround noticed a large bird about half a kilometre away. Through the binoculars ...