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Arinsal ski school

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Hi

originaly posted this in the general forum, should posted here

We have booked the learn to ski with Thomsons and are stopping in Arinsal

1 part of the brochure says 6 days learn to ski/lift pass another says 5 days

Have had some replies thanks which looks like 5 days learning with a 6 day pass, but aslo whats the ski school like here
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gazman, If you are going with Thomson you will arrive Sunday. Tuition will start Monday either morning or afternoon and it will last five days with races on the Friday. The lift pass will last six days (Mon-Sat). Saturday is free to go off and explore - usually with some of those you have been with all week. You will find the ski school excellent. I have had lessons in Soldeu three times but last year we just went off and skied PAL / Arinsal. You must go over to PAL for the better and quieter runs.
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Thanks for that Paul

Will do
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Have just come back from Soldeu and as I understand it, the whole of Andorra is served by two schools, one of which is d'escola d'esqui (I think that's how it was spelt) and they were fantastic, and the reputation is across the whole of Andorra. The instructors wore black. They really were first rate. I'd used ESF in Val Thorens before and they were awful!
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