Best Western Grand Hotel De Paris
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... which draws water from 27m from the lake for the local drinking water, as well as numerous villages surrounding the lake. Little harbours were dotted with speed boats, with the sail club on the west coast. The eastern side was dominated by wonderful chateaus of the rich of France, along with a chateau or two all surrounded by mountains and forests. The important reeds, breading grounds for fish and bird life, were located on the ...
... area and found the Region Du Varcors. We drive in torrential rain initially then it eases and we watch the mountains slowly peek out from the clouds. We follow La Drome River. Bloated and angry as it tumbles down the valley. A dramatic site. Varcors. An area of green valleys and smaller mountains. The striking thing here is that almost every open space or plateau is cultivated. But unusually with Walnut trees, grains and ...
... and his stunning girlfriend had lunch with us at an Irish pub which surprised us with the good food. It was a jolly time on a beautiful sunny day out in the street.
Onwards we pushed to the Alps with the scenery getting increasingly spectacular. Soaring massive mountains parted for us as we cruised up the valley alongside a rushing river. The object of desire was the climb of the Alpe d'Huez of Tour de France claim. We luckily missed out on the angry black ...
... So instead of beautiful countryside views, there was a pile of dirt and rubble. So onto plan B. A cheap ACSI campsite 10 km along the road. Far too many hairpins to count! But a fab place. The lake was beautiful and we were treated to the sight of many paragliders flying over us from one of europe's best launch sites for experts. Many were staying on the campsite and landed in front of us on the beach. Two days of wonderful sun with just a light ...
... up for us to do. They were grateful to be with English (well, Geordie) speakers for a while so we invited them for a drink. They hire a campervan but it has few facilities (no oven, microwave, TV, only a wet room (not what you may imagine but a shower and loo combined) and only 2 sleeping positions. Another Universal Language, was discovered, this time of Cribbage so after checking that they played funny runs and other important rules correctly, it was Game ON! for the UK vs ...