You know Christmas is coming when… the latest Ross O’Carroll Kelly book hits the shelves and he coins another killer pun like Game of Throw-Ins of Andora’s Box.
And as it happens the new Ross book hits the shelves this Friday… and I’ve already told Santa that, roysh, I want that.
As well as a Beamer with one of the Seoige sisters (or both) sprawled over the hood.
Andorra was where Ross decamped when he had to get out of town.
Although I prefer the luxury of leafy Powerscourt in nearby Enniskerry.
Back to Andorra.
And In truth if you do during the winter you’ll not be able to hook a T bar or ride a gondola without bumping into someone you know from Dublin 4..
If you want a taste of Dublin’s Rugbyland and walk in the Rossmeister’s footsteps then the InterCon is where you’ll stay.
And he’ll no doubt have a thing or two to say about Ireland’s win yesterday against Scotland.
Andorra is an ideal country to get the skiing kick.
And Pierre & Vacances are all over the Pyrenees with more than 455 rooms and apartments.
It is adding to that with two new residences in the Pyrenees, Hotel Austria and Residence Andorra Degas.
Deal me in
Hotel Austria boasts 62 rooms and is just 1km from the Peretol ski resort.
The Degas Apartments are right on the doorstep to the skiing, just 750m from the Grandvalira slopes.
A seven-night stay at the Hotel Austria at a flexible rate, arriving on March 13 is from €395/£358 for a double bedroom with breakfast included.
And a week at the Andorra Residence Degas is from €757/£685 for an apartment that sleeps up to three. Flights and transfers not included.
I’ve looked up at those Pyrenees from my post-Lourdes tour so this is unfinished business.