Ride to Eat nr 5 Andorra oct 21,2017

Scott Miller

An American in Europe
Premier Member
#43
So, I've never been to Andorra. Does anyone have a suggestion for best approach, in the event of inclement weather. Due to work obligations, I will be on a bit too-tight of a schedule and I am considering my options. Likely to avoid night riding in the mountains, I will leave early Saturday and will have to return the most direct route Sunday.

There are are two routes that look good riding down from Switzerland: 1) Montpellier to Perpignan on the A9, followed by the N116 and then N260. 2) Or, a more northerly route and taking the A66 from Toulouse to N20 to N22 to CG-2.

Any thoughts on these two options?

Thanks,
Scott
 

John Broom

Well-Known Member
#46
It is with a heavy heart that I have to pull out of the ride to Andorra.
I have 2 funerals to attend, and I am not in the right frame of mind to
undertake a long ride, or any ride at the moment.
I will there for Calais though.
Ride safe, ride happy
 

Phisdelo

Europe wide traveler
IBA Member
#53
Okay booked too thxs for the tip.
Via internet it was full, but over the phone fine.
CU all at 16h for the picture (btw we seem numerous to attend... hope you got enpough patches Phil!!)
 

michiel kerkhof

Premier Member
IBR Finisher
#56
they are late but this is the offer for dinner excl drinks...at 14 each I cud not turn it down!! leaves us more drinkin money!!

PICAPICA - STARTERS

Spring Rolls with Sweet and Sour Sauce
Spanish Omelette
Ham and Cheese Pizza
Country Sausages and Bread with Tomato
Hot Cheese Cream Casserole with Toasts

MAIN DISH

Fried Fish Platter Andalusian Style
or
Grilled Pork Secret with Pepper Sauce and Rice

DESSERT
Fresh Cheese Custard
or
Chocolate and Whipped Cream Crepe