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Travel Blogs from Canillo
... 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!
... both enjoy it.
Half way through the night I was abruptly awoken out of my drowsy sleep by Tracey screaming. There was a feral cat trying to get in our tent. Ten minutes later, we could hear it at the bike. We shook the tent hoping to scare it off. We continually heard weird noises close by and cautiously peeped out to find a big dog and a cat. Even the cow bells were closing in on us. We didn’t sleep, frightened we were going to be maimed by ...
... and inexperience is showing. The next stages are also quite challenging, so spending energy satisfying immature ego impulses will end up being quite costly towards the back end of each day, and the back end of the week.
On the plus side I made my views known to the organisers, and they pushed the issue of calling while passing on descents quite strongly in tonight's briefing. Just as ...
... cooler up here.
On Saturday the sky is still overcast and the temperature quite cool. So about midday we set out for another walk. It wasn’t long in before the sky got pretty dark and the wind picked up so we decided to head back the way we had come. We got drenched again but the scenery was worth it. Rest of the day was spent reading as the rain absolutely poured down. More thunder and lightning ...
We set off on foot for a walk around the village of La Seu d'Urgell in the foothills of the Spanish Pyrenees. As we arrived late we wanted to check out the city by day. Turns out, not too much that we could do in the village to fill the day. The hotel we were in was very nice though - so we decided to book for another night and go for a long drive. Rob still had a Pyrenees itch to scratch. We decided to head north ...
Other places to stay in Canillo
Ctra Del Forn s/n Urb Riba Grossa, Canillo | 4 star hotelfrom $54
Ctra General s/n, Canillo | 5 star hotelfrom $90
Avda del Coprinceps, s/n, Canillo | 4 star hotelfrom $100
Ctra. del Forn, S/N, Canillo | 4 star hotelfrom $69
Placa Major, Canillo | 3 star hotelfrom $59
Ctra. General s/n , Canillo | 3 star hotelfrom $70