Auberge Le Grand Fourchon
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We've left Lourmarin with some sorrow, but soon perked up when we got into the Alps. It's been a perfect day, the trees are turning Autumn colours and although it's 26 degrees there's snow on the high tops. Briancon has this amazing fort built to keep the Italians out many years ago. Tomorrow we go over the mountain to Italy toward ...
... the tunnel cost E 28.00 for a motorbike and E 42.00 for a car.
Arriving at Allevard, I was delighted to meet Christian and Suzanne, friends of Liz and owners of the Tour du Treuil. Due to patchy rain at the time,the attached photos where taken on a sunny day last year.After spending the night at the Tower, I left (in the rain again) for Geneva and Lausanne to complete the end of my 4000km ...
The weather had been okay in Paris, I mention the weather as I was hoping it was going to be good so that we'd see the impressive French/Italian Alps. As we headed past the flat agricultural fields of France the clouds started showing up, last year we'd been lucky to see how impressive the alps were but I had a feeling we werent going to be so lucky this time. The mountains start popping up once you head towards Chamberey. ...
... find a bargain) and was closing down. The owner told me economy was the issue – I asked him which counties used to come here in summer and he said England "no more..." Another unfortunate impact of the economic situation... Then I rode further up the mountain on a single track road – as I climbed above the ski resort the mountain skyline opened up huge vistas. The view was amazing and words alone will struggle to provide an adequate description. The vistas made me ...
... behind who thought they were Sebastian Loeb. The church was indeed very old and dated back to 1123, some signs of a troubled town with some vandalism and a Ferme hotel. The huge massif and mountains that housed twisties and my destination rose out of the valley and could be seen from 150 km away, daunting indeed. Having stopped so frequently I now approached ...