Residence Mona Lisa Les Toits du Val d'Allos
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... to ski. As in, actually ski.
Thankgod for the human behind hey?
After an hour of human bobsledding (both deliberate and accidental), El stacking it numerous times and random acts of kindness whereby people stopped and offered to ski with my ski's down the mountain (in which I politely accepted), we made it...and took the next two days off skiing.
A white 'orphan' Christmas in the French Alps? Lived the dream!
... playing. The views are truly spectacular.
The owner, another Stefan, has a solution for my tyre problem. He has a foot pump that I can use to get enough air in to see me to a small garage and repair shop in the next village along. In such a remote location, the guy there will certainly knows all about fixing tyres.
I have pizza in the village cafe (the ...
... with the minimal level of risk and having learnt lessons previously from the Passo D'Stelvio (arrived on a Sunday - when all Italian Ferraris and sports bike riders get out to shake off some cobwebs). A sleep in was seriously tempting in the fabulous hotel, however I wanted to beat the tourists and other bike riders so as not to eat their dust, diesel fumes and be safer. By request I pushed my bike away from the garage door and fired her up. The unmistakable burble of the BMW's ...
... in stunning mountain terrain on fabulous roads. Stopping several times during the day to take photos of the magnificent hanging glaciers, mountain views, raging white water rivers (where was my kayak...) and awesome mountain scenery. Got a bit geographically embarrassed and went to Gap – even though it was slightly out of the way. However the mistake again meant that I got to ride on some simply awesome roads. The sat nav wanted to take me back the way I had just ridden ...
Today we had a 20.1km climb at 5.5%. It was overcast but thankfully the rain held off until we were arriving at the campsite. Our SPOT tracker has died today, so unfortunately shows us still in Guilestre! We plan to carb load now as have a huge day tomorrow up the Cime de la Bonette (2802m), a 23.1km climb at 6.5%. Yikes. Also saw our first sign to the finish line in Nice ...