Residence Maeva L'Eyssina
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... cheese, meat...whatever locals eat with the combo) and some bread. But we got cocky. The cheerful lady in the pasterria had already shared with us on our first visit that she spoke zero English. So the second trip in we though, hey maybe Italian is a combination of French and Spanish! We had both been listening to people talk and seeing random words on signs etc. I kept seeing a resemblance to French and Kory was picking up on the Spanish. It made perfect sense. Why wouldn't it be ...
We left a sunny and calm Riomaggiore on time and without any fuss (apart from my iPhone needing retrieval from our locked apartment). My only frustration was that the ferry service was running for the first time during out stay and we missed our chance for an offshore view of 5T. From La Spezia, we set off with all our satnav technology tuned for a quick exit - however after a single ...
... over an unfinished bridge to start an up/down day. Ritchie Abandoned Jonathan and me after coffee because he wanted to do an extra climb up Col d'Izouard at the end of the day. He took some vomits with him.
What, I hear you cry, is a vomit? It's a little sachet of pommes purees designed to help babies transition from milk to solids, introduced to us by guide James last week. At the time Ritchie said, "You want ...
... In a small village called Vallerio at Des Martin. This village was abandoned in the 50's & have recently been renovated to include refuges where hikers can stop for the night. We stayed in a apartment which has only been finished quite recently. The beautiful slate roofs & walls are an example of some excellent workmanship. We were able to witness milking time of the Alpine Grey & Montbelier cows which graze the mountain pastures. This is ...
From Rimplas we head east on the Route des Grands Alpes and are soon climbing up to the Col de Turini through a series of tight turns and tunnels. The road clings to the side of the cliffs. We stop for coffee at the summit at 1,607m.
The hotel is full of photos of the Monte Carlo Rally which evidently goes through here. The road both up and down is hard work, desperately in ...