Le Clos de l'Abbaye
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from tiny to horse size tore around the place, followed by owners who clearly had no control over their dogs. I am not sure what was worse, the barking or the yelling! But the view from the top was worth the mayhem, with mountain peaks in every direction and little houses built in all the valleys and up the sides of the mountains. Home to pack for our next stop in Toulouse. Now that we have to wear slightly warmer clothing, packing our stuff into our small suitcases has got so much ...
... to the point where we didn't even need a jumper.
Driving a LHD manual was easier than I thought, even though the GPS kept leading us into strange locations - which made the day all the more fun. At one point, it led us up some very narrow road to the top of the mountain. Half way up, it told us to turn around, but that was impossible on that road. Made it to the top, ...
... of Kings etc from the region,
The views of the surrounding countryside and alps is incredible.
We have picked up our car, so will do some exploring tomorrow.
Today we visited the church - unfortunately, Teresa had her Prince Planet shoes on - every step (not joking - EVERY STEP), squeaked, It was hilarious,. Teresa even tried walking differently, but only made it ...
... br> We headed for a camp site just outside Grenoble at Vizille, however when we got there we didn't like the look of it , so headed further on to a small campsite by a lake.
As we were getting settled it actually started to snow!! The surrounding mountains were covered in fresh powder - probably some of the first ...
... cafe here for coffee creme. I wander about photographing some of the more extraordinary sights in this village.
A little further on I stop at a junction when I see an old guy standing by his Kawasaki 550. This is Emil from Belgium, 73 years old he tells me proudly and riding the Alps since he was a nipper.
He has a house nearby and also a house in Belgium. We chat ...