Auberge du Lac
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... alive and buzzing with people. We passed a flee market, garage sales, and individuals in their Sunday best on their way to church. During breakfast Kory decided it was a good time to tackle checking the tire pressures on the bikes, a chore that both of us has been neglecting for days now. 3 tires in and everything is good, on the last tire our pump quits working and it will only let air out of the tire instead of pumping it in. Frustrated and losing patience Kory heads off to ...
... our last day in Provence. I'm afraid I became a happy snappy tourist. My camera over heated! We come into the lovely work a day town of Valensole and have a coffee under the Plain trees with the locals. The final leg takes us through another tiny village called Puimoisson both on the D8 and D 56 if you want a drive or ride in a special place. That's it Provence our way is done. Tomorrow we head for the mountains ...
... we parked Sven and walked up some paths up to the village and had a bit of a look around. There is a lovely waterfall that you can see through the railings of the bridge as you face the cliffs and it looks quite gentle so we took some photos of the girls standing there. Then we walked up to the railings to look over and it just takes your breath away, the waterfall goes from being quite gentle to being an absolute torrent with a sheer ...
... our patio whereas in other rooms you wouldn’t have had as much privacy. We had our own patio where we planned to enjoy breaky the next day. We brought all our stuff into our room just in time because the skies opened up in an absolute downpour. We had thunder and lightning and so much rain that our entrance looked like a mini river. We plunked ourselves down on our 5 pillows each and flipped on the last two hours of the Tour de France. It was the Alpe ...
... made the trek down, bought a ticket and made my way underground across Paris. Shout out to the nice girl who helped me up and down a couple different flights of stairs with my luggage to the metro entrance. Upon arriving at the train station, I was unfortunately 4 hours early for my train. Extremely early for a train. In reality you need to be there like a half hour early. So that was great. Except it wasn't. I drifted in and out of ...