Campanile Grenoble St-Martin-d'Heres
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... me to hire an electric bike, I had to provide a €1000 cash deposit - which I am sure just about every person wanting to hire a €6 per day bike would have lying around in their pocket!! I could have hired a standard no gears bike, but having to do the work myself sounded so un-appealing!!! So instead we walked up a hill behind the town, aiming to get to a high point with a few towers on it so that we could get a 360 degree view of the mountains. Our penance for being ...
Back to Chambery, and home about 6:00pm.
Had a dinner at a nice Italian restaurant tonight. As it is so close, there is a large Italian influence in this regions with many Italian restaurants.
Tomorrow, we do the drive to Nice. havent decided on the actual route yet, but they all say around 5 hours, so we should do it in about 8 - allowing for lots of little stops.
... Anyway, I think there is only one taxi in the place, as we waited forever for it to arrive at the train station. Our hotel is an old building from 1737, and our room is huge, and the bed very comfortable. It is right in the middle of the old part of town and not far from the chapel (another church). This church was the original home of the Shroud (now of) Turin. There is even a replica ...
... br> We headed for a camp site just outside Grenoble at Vizille, however when we got there we didn't like the look of it , so headed further on to a small campsite by a lake.
As we were getting settled it actually started to snow!! The surrounding mountains were covered in fresh powder - probably some of the first ...
the safety barriers are bent all to hell. It must have been quite a violent event. Glad I wasn't riding by when it happened. But within half an hour the digger has cleared the major rubble from the road and I can carry on through.
I climb up to the remarkable village of Roubion, perched on the mountain side with no visible means of support, either physical or financial. But there ...