Madame Vacances Les Chalets d'Isola
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... plan this time around was to drive to Peillon and hike the trail that we accidentally stumbled upon the first time around. As luck would have it, we missed the turn to Peille just barely and as the roads here are windy, narrow and scary to say the least we both quickly changed the plan to find the other end of the hiking trail from Peille to Peillon. Roughly 15 minutes later we parked the car, packed up all of our hiking goods and hit headed in the direction ...
... the team manager had given us. The village has a tradition of setting out "creches" for the holidays. Read this website if you're intrigued by the word creche - it's not too long, and actually interesting: http://www.beyond.fr/themes/luceram-cre che.html
Being able to visit a medieval village as a day trip? Honestly, it's so mind-blowing. However, in true Kelly-Conor fashion, we decided to stop for nachos at the Irish Pub on our way home. It was a pretty good day :)
Thursday 9 October
A few different cats and kittens came to visit in the morning. It seems that the village is slowly being overrun to the point where I am sure there are more cats than people.
Had a lovely lunch on the harbor. Bruce had an incredible pasta dish with a light baked
Friday 10 October
We continued our exploration of Triora. We ...
... right in the middle of her forehead, making me wonder if she squinted a lot or if she was often mad. By the time we finished our conversation, I decided on the primer. Her grey roots were peaking from under her short black hair, as she lit a cigarette. As she approached my table, I could not help but question her demeanor. There was something completely indescribable about her. I think I became so enchanted by the fact that we were so ...
Day 294 5 hrs, 11.1 kms It's nighttime. The train crosses a long bridge across a gorge before reaching Cuneo on a plateau on the other side. I wander around the quiet streets, to the main plaza and back to the edge of town--but realize I'm going to have to hike all the way across the gorge bridge to find a secluded camping spot. Next morning there's a more cheery atmosphere. It's the first day of school and parents are taking their smartly dressed kids off to ...