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... to bike along, the moment we crossed the border the road went to a single lane bumpy ride. We get passed by a number of brand new BMW and Mercedes ripping down the hills. A few of the vehicles are covered in stickers that looks like pretty floral wallpaper to me. A rather odd scene, Kory says he thinks they are test driving to car models and that the stickers are there to help hide the new lines and look of the car style. Sure enough we pull into our first real Italian ...
... street correction, we were shown the hills and not the autostrada. Later in the morning we bypassed congested Portofino and discovered Camogli, a smaller beach town further north. Another great discovery was Sacra Di San Michele, a magnificent mountain top monastery west of Torino. At the end of the day, we rolled into Briancon, a French ski resort town just over the border with ...
... ingest regurgitated baby food?" We decide we all like the regurgitated baby food and fight over the cerise and abricot flavours. By late afternoon "pass a regurgitated baby food sachet please" is too difficult to say. It's truncated to "baby vomit" and later to just "vomit".
Jonathan and I press on doggedly all day but with 8k uphill to go, I am flagging. Accustomed to public speaking, he turns to give me ...
What a day! Started with a chocolate tasting at Guido Gobino OMG how incredibly delicious it was. Giandulia (hazelnut) now has new meaning for me. We then headed to Eataly, the most amazing foodie supermarket you've ever seen. From meats, hams, fish, cheese, vegetables, beers , wines etc ETFs After the delights of Eataly , we headed for the Alps, about 2 hours drive from Turin. A twisty, windy road brought us to 1600 meters where Castel Magno cheese is ...
From Rimplas we head east on the Route des Grands Alpes and are soon climbing up to the Col de Turini through a series of tight turns and tunnels. The road clings to the side of the cliffs. We stop for coffee at the summit at 1,607m.
The hotel is full of photos of the Monte Carlo Rally which evidently goes through here. The road both up and down is hard work, desperately in ...