Hotel Ristorante La Font
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... the climb into the pass. We could pick up anything we needed then. We stroll into Isola ready for our packed lunch and a grocery shop, except Isola is a town square, fountain, free wi-fi, a restaurant and a small tobacco shop that may or may not be open. By the condition it was in it didn't look operational, however it is siesta hour. We eat our lunch and debate our options. The fuel can is pretty low but we have enough for dinner tonight and ...
After our sun filled partial rest day yesterday neither of us woke up to eager to pack up our cozy riverside home and jump on the bikes, but we only had a few kilometers left before we exited the Grand Canyon du Verdon and started our journey towards the French-Italian Alps leading us to a new country and adventure! We were faced with 2 route options today. We could take a left and go through the Gorge de Daluis or hang a right and head through the Gorge du ...
... I have never laughed so much on a bike as in this last fortnight. Richie is worried the new team member (David) is a bit rusty but I reckon within a few days he'll be up to speed. Jo and Mari have also gone as has Tim from Cheltenham and Doug from the USA. I do hope the Brits at least can meet up at future sportives as all of them were fabulous people.
So, for this next leg we ...