Campanile Grenoble Seyssins
Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Campanile Grenoble Seyssins from our 8 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Seyssins
The gateway to the Alps... not much else to say...
Actually, when I wrote that I thought it was true - the train ride here was less than spectacular and upon entering the city and moving from the station to the hotel it seemed to offer very little in the way of culture or interest.
...but after exploring the area a ...
... a very quick lunch and then headed in for our tour. We were lucky enough to only have the four of us and two others on the tour! We headed in to the cave and arrived at a clear blue underground lake which was quite something. The guide explained that the water seeps in from the ground so sometimes it can be quite murky depending on how much rain they’ve had. We saw the area where two rivers that run underground meet and the headed over to the main attraction ...
... turned back around and this time drove through Pont-en-Royans and found the campsite on the outer edge of town. We were one of only three campers there so we had our choice of emplacement. It was a beautiful campsite located right on the river’s edge, well shaded by trees and there was a walking path along the river into town. On the way through town, we had spotted a bakery and we didn’t have any bread for the evening or next morning so I hopped ...
... driving again as our support person which was great since we didn’t have to carry extra clothing/water/food, etc. I had thought we were going to have a bit of a warm up before starting the climb as we had done with the last two rides. I was mistaken though because we passed the roadside distance/elevation/% grade marker within a minute of leaving the campsite! I was in completely the wrong gear and as I stood up to pedal, I made the mistake of switching gears at ...
... also made a kind of apricot nectar sauce so we were all set!
After brunch we wandered in to town to get a café and hide out from the downpour. Mägge ordered a café grappa which they didn’t have, but instead the bartender put something else in and said “bon courage” as he handed it over. Afterwards, we wandered through town for a while and checked out some shops – we found a particularly lovely hat/toque thing that sort ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed