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  • Hotel Panorama is a hotel located at Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui. It is managed by Rhombus International Hotels Group.
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  • a small republic in the eastern Pyrenees between Spain and France
  • Andorra is a 1997 novel by American writer Peter Cameron. The story takes place in the small country of Andorra, which is located in the Pyrenees mountains between France and Spain. However, the Andorra of the novel bears little relation to the geography or culture of the real country.
  • A small autonomous principality in southwestern Europe, in the southern Pyrenees, between France and Spain; pop. 69,800; capital, Andorra la Vella; Catalan (official) and French
  • Andorra is a 2007 album by Caribou. The gatefold vinyl record release also features an MP3 download coupon for the album.
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Andorra: A Novel
Andorra: A Novel
For mysterious reasons, a man forsakes his American life and arrives in a strange country called Andorra. He settles into the grand--and only--hotel in its seaside capital, and gradually makes the aquaintance of this tiny city's most prominent residents: the ancient Mrs. Reinhardt, who has a lifetime lease on the penthouse in the hotel; Sophonsobia Quay, the kayaking matriarch of an Andorran dynasty; and the Ricky Dents, an Australian couple who share a first name, a gigantic dog, and a volatile secret. As the stranger reveals himself to his new friends, and becomes entangled in their lives, the mystery of his own origin deepens. What is he hiding, and why? And when a mutilated dead body appears in the harbor, everyone is a suspect, including our narrator. Part thriller, part comedy of manners, part surrealistic dream, Andorra is "a work of remarkable and sustained invention and imagination . . . a nearly perfect book" (Robert Drake, The Philadelphia Inquirer).

Andorra, the tiny storybook nation snug in the Pyrenees between France and Spain is the setting for Peter Cameron's third book, a lyrical tale that begins as a charming story of manners and romantic relations in the tiny township of La Plata, but develops into a darker (though still comic) story of deception and psychological intrigue. The author's earlier invocations of Proust and Austen give way to impulses akin to Kafka or Camus. When should you stop trusting your narrator's memories and figure out what is really going on in this place? All is not what it seems, as the dark past of several characters returns to dim the brightness of the present surroundings. The hyper-reality of the charming mountain town Cameron creates is the ideal setting for this engaging tale, told in perfect measure, tightly stitched, with no extra bits hanging loosely.

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Andorra city views: Engordany & Escaldes, Andorra, Pyrenees
Andorra city views: Engordany & Escaldes, Andorra, Pyrenees
Engordany & Escaldes. View from Can Diumenge, Andorra, Pyrenees
Andorra: Landscape
Andorra: Landscape
Farm Borda del Gasto, Sant Julia, Andorra

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hotel panorama andorra
Secrets of the Seven Smallest States of Europe: Andorra, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City
This unique book examines the history, culture, and inner workings of the seven smallest independent countries in Europe. These are among the oldest states on the continent and, despite their diversity, they have much in common. Most have relatively high per capita incomes and life expectancies, and relatively low unemployment. This narrative presents the unique issues that confront small countries, including maintaining their independence, economic viability, preserving their native languages, and sustaining their governments. The second part of the book describes each microstate in turn, showing how each one has met these challenges and adapted over time. These concise and engaging chapters contain cultural information on subjects including the arts, gastronomy, and popular tourist sites.

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