Residence Le Hameau De Praroustan
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We tackled the pass today and made it to Italy! Woooo! The climb wasn't so bad. Breaking it into 2 days was a smart idea and worked well. It gave us time to rest, enjoy the sites, stop for pictures, and catch our breath. We started at 1400m and worked our way up to 2350m. My highest climb yet! I was pretty excited. We stopped in Isola 2000, the ski village on the French side of the pass (it sits at the 2000m mark). Everything was closed up, and honestly we were to surprised. We had ...
... tomorrow morning. Isola does have a 24h un-manned gas service station, credit card only. I opted we fill our fuel container up and use the credit card for our 1€ purchase. We pay more at home for a specialty Starbucks coffee. At least with a full fuel canister we get guaranteed coffee in the morning and hot teas tonight, wherever we might end up! After lunch and fuel fill up we swing past the grocery/tobacco store one last time, it's still closed! ...
... we tackle the 22km gorge that climbs up to 1200m and then pushes us straight into another Col reaching 1600m. This itinerary will break up some of the climbing before we reach the pass in the Alps. We pack up lunch and head out of town hoping to find a nice cozy spot to hide. Before we know it we are at the gorge turn off and are faced with a road closure sign in French. We both stand on the corner completely dumbstruck attempting to decipher the ...
Any word beginning with col is henceforth banned from my vocabulary. Col; colonoscopy; anyone called Colin...
Today I've been up too many cols to count.
Post Alpe d'Huez I was hoping for a gentle ride but this stage was the toughest yet. An Alpine tunnel had collapsed which meant a detour by bus into unchartered territory. No map sheet - just 101k with 2,200m of climbing. The early rain passed and off ...
What a day! Started with a chocolate tasting at Guido Gobino OMG how incredibly delicious it was. Giandulia (hazelnut) now has new meaning for me. We then headed to Eataly, the most amazing foodie supermarket you've ever seen. From meats, hams, fish, cheese, vegetables, beers , wines etc ETFs After the delights of Eataly , we headed for the Alps, about 2 hours drive from Turin. A twisty, windy road brought us to 1600 meters where Castel Magno cheese is ...