Residence Mona Lisa Le Bois Mean
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- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
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 ...
... Tomtom screen seems filled with a big red blob. Surely this must have been an old smugglers' road, it is so remote, empty, untrafficked.
The summit is bleak and windswept with fine views over the Maritime Alps. It is cold at this altitude and the sky is heavy with the threat of rain.
So we drop down through the Isola 2000 ski resort then on down to the village ...
... Nest - which was appropriate on account of the eagles soaring all around a gorge - the Gorge of Verdun. This then morphed into the Grand Canyon or, as the French would have it, Le Grand Canyon! Certainly Grand, definitely a canyon but definitely not THE Grand Canyon! It did however require numerous photo opportunities which slowed down our overall progress. An omelette lunch in a small restaurant en route saw us heading towards the ...
... Col du Resteford, dropping down into the valley, this time on a much narrower road with lots of switchbacks and more sweepers. Eventually we reached the Tinee River canyon, and followed the river’s path, stopping in Isola for lunch. Continuing on what was by now a larger road, it cut into the canyon walls above the river through the Gorges de Valabres, continuing south on a wonderful stretch of sweepers. Eventually we merged onto a major road ...