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... not without some frustration with a GPS unit that ran our of battery at a vital time when they were approaching Firenze. Both of them needed a strong cuppa when they arrived. We enjoyed a fun evening at a local trattoria,.. pizzas all around,. with a lot of laughs,.. and the obligatory gelateria to finish off the night. Monday morning,.. Coll and I got to play tourist guide showing the La****ns around Firenze. Shoe shops,.. and jewellery shops seemed to garner ...
Wednesday was extremely soggy, so we stuck close to
home. After a death-defying drive to find a gas station in Annecy (why so much construction, France?), we parked in the centre ville and spent about $25 doing laundry at a small lavarie. The smell of clean clothes is WONDERFUL. While we waited for the clothes to dry, we
had another yummy meal at Chez Mamie Lise, a restaurant decorated like a Swiss ski chalet. The waitress was ...
It's been a wet start and finish to our first wedding anniversary today. Best intentions for an early start we're delayed by heavy rain this morning, but we made the first 50km before lunch in great time and had a big lunch outside the supermarket in Saint Michel de Maurienne. We then climbed Col du Telegraphe and the rain started again just as we arrived into camp in Valoire. Currently tucked in our tent, enjoying looking through the photos so far while the rain continues ...
This is to be another epic day in the French Alpes . We were off to take on the mighty Col du Galibier. Woody was having trouble with his knee form previous rides so it was decided that we would hire a bus to take us to Col du Tautaret and then take on the Galibier. We woke early had breakfast and headed to our rendezvous site to find out that the bus had problems ...
Next day we travelled on through the Vendee and Charente Maritime regions with an evening stay at Rochefort. A very interesting town, haunt of Cardinal Richilieu, and built as a naval defence base by Louis XIV. Much more our style, because it was small enough to walk about admiring the historic buildings and to see the pleasure harbour, and small commercial port. And it's the French home of oysters... Which they grade and sell like good ...
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