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... to pay our parking fine. 35€ for parking on the footpath while the medieval fete was on. I finally found it and my "Parlez-Vous Anglais" met with a resounding "Non!" Oops. This was going to be fun. Anyway, we got there. They could only accept a French cheque. I didn't have one. I hadn't go to a tobacconist in town and buy a stamp which covered the fine then stick it on and post it in. All in sign language and my touch of French. ...
... We went right up to the snow level, on a road with hairpin bends, hardly wide enough for 2 vehicles and right on cliff faces. Children are so trusting. We found this coffee/gift shop up top and there was Brent shivering away. The man had fed him a couple of coffees and some Mars bars. I let him drive back down and it was quite spectacular. On the mountains there were these small creatures running all over. We couldn't work out if they looked ...
... near the hotel while their clothes dried at a nearby laundromat.
The usual meet-up at 7pm for dinner resulted in most of us finding our way to Café Belle Epoque and Barry, Peter and Sue (and perhaps Mark) trying an Indian restaurant. I had a fine thin-crust pizza and talked with Jill about our dogs (hers is named Hudson). Eventually Linda and Dave came by and so did Barry who reported very tasty food at the Indian place...who knew, good Indian food in France!
... warm, then rained again fairly seriously and got cold. We must have stopped at least 6 times to put on or take off items of apparel. Our final climb was up to Col Bayard at 1248 m. For the initiated, once you climb to one of these cols (we would call these passes) you then come down immediately on the other side, so if you have a another col to climb you are essentially starting all over again. Once through Col Bayard we had about a 10 ...
... talked for a while with the Americans who were travelling with the Jazz students from near Ohio, Brian & John and with Willy the Irishman from Marseille. We considered catching up with them for dinner but the distance at night meant that we headed back for a drink in Arvieux and dinner at the restaurant in our place at La Chalp. I had the lamb rack, which was lamb cutlets and Lynda & Lucy ordered the 'special' of the day... ...
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