Pierre & Vacances Residence L'Albane
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... of the 2?!?? It's not. There MAY be a few similar words, such as thank-you and hello but when it comes down to verbs, it doesn't translate over easily. Our grocery shopping experience at the quiet local Italian pasterria became an epic game of hand gestures, 4 languages and an urgent call on the local neighbour boy to come over and translate our conversation! It was great entertainment and everyone left with smiles. Our meal turned out to be a success, pesto and pasta is the way to ...
... street correction, we were shown the hills and not the autostrada. Later in the morning we bypassed congested Portofino and discovered Camogli, a smaller beach town further north. Another great discovery was Sacra Di San Michele, a magnificent mountain top monastery west of Torino. At the end of the day, we rolled into Briancon, a French ski resort town just over the border with ...
... ingest regurgitated baby food?" We decide we all like the regurgitated baby food and fight over the cerise and abricot flavours. By late afternoon "pass a regurgitated baby food sachet please" is too difficult to say. It's truncated to "baby vomit" and later to just "vomit".
Jonathan and I press on doggedly all day but with 8k uphill to go, I am flagging. Accustomed to public speaking, he turns to give me ...
... a mobile milking setup for 4 cows at a time , which can be moved around the mountain depending on where the cows are grazing. An incredible sight to see! & hear with the cows wearing bells to locate them. We have met the cheese maker & look forward to making cheese with the fresh milk tomorrow A dinner at the refuge of gnocchi & Castel Magno cheese, guinea fowl & some lovely wines ended what was a fascinating day. Looking forward to ...
... resurfacing. Probably all those damned sports cars.
Our route takes us west into Italy. We pass a church high on the hill, access is gained by a footbridge over the road.
It's faster here down in the valley but we soon come upon a huge civil engineering project. It looks like a new tunnel being built. The old road is traffic light controlled and as ...