Type:Action figure. Age Range:3-4 years. Appropriate Age Warning:Not suitable for children under 36 months. Suitable Age From:Suitable from 4 years. Battery...... more
Type:Action figure. Age Range:3-4 years. Appropriate Age Warning:Not suitable for children under 36 months. Suitable Age From:Suitable from 4 years. Battery Type:None. Batteries Included:N. Number Of Batteries Required:0. Battery Type 2:None. Number Of Batteries Required 2:0. Power Source:N/A. Toy Category:Figures. What"s in the Box:Includes 1 figure and 1 feature accessory. Product Height:30.5 Centimetre. Product Width:19.5 Centimetre. Product Depth:8.0 Centimetre. Product Weight:0.22 Kilogram.
Advantages: cheap good mountains Disadvantages: too many people shopping
...Andorra is a small principality of 180.6 sq miles in the Pyrenees between Spain and France.
We chose to go there for the day as it was between where we were staying in Spain and where we were going to in France, and we thought we would pick up some cheap booze. Andorra has a different tax system that is what makes wine cigarettes and luxury items so cheap
Andorra is a long thin country...
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Review of General: Andorra
Advantages: cheap everything, great nightlife. Disadvantages: not such good snow or terrain as the Alps.
...The individual resorts in Andorra, to my mind, are not big enough to have the necessary terrain to entertain a good skier/snowboarder for a week. Most people have covered the resort where they are staying in a couple of days, and from this point on, unless the snow conditions are exceptional, the world-beating apres-ski comes to play an increasingly large part in the trip. And so what if it does...
Advantages: Scenery, perfect for a winter holiday Disadvantages: Longevity is low due to small size of country and lack of alternative activities
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Andorra is one of the smallest countries in the world with only 181sq. miles of territory in which 60,000 people live. It is a landlocked country 'sandwiched' in the Pyrenees between France and Spain. It has recently taken on democratic methods of rule, but its heads of state are the French President and the Bishop of Urgel in Spain. It has adopted the Euro, but is not...