Adagio Access Grenoble
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... the bikes was that we got lost, and ended up doing twice the distance as we doubled back to get on the right path. But it was worth the walking - one path went alongside some quite dingy houses whilst the other path went past beautiful villas and mansions. So our error meant we got to see both sides to life in Chambery! The main tracks to the hill top started from a park that was obviously dog lovers heaven (yes Maureen and Deb - you both would have loved it!!). There was mayhem as ...
... to the point where we didn't even need a jumper.
Driving a LHD manual was easier than I thought, even though the GPS kept leading us into strange locations - which made the day all the more fun. At one point, it led us up some very narrow road to the top of the mountain. Half way up, it told us to turn around, but that was impossible on that road. Made it to the top, ...
... of Kings etc from the region,
The views of the surrounding countryside and alps is incredible.
We have picked up our car, so will do some exploring tomorrow.
Today we visited the church - unfortunately, Teresa had her Prince Planet shoes on - every step (not joking - EVERY STEP), squeaked, It was hilarious,. Teresa even tried walking differently, but only made it ...
... towards Grenoble we got caught in a terrific hailstorm! So much for looking for sun.
After Grenoble we headed off into The mountains on the D85 - the Route Napoleon - the route Napoleon took in March 1815 after he left Elba and arrived on the south coast of France. Only we were doing the route in the ...
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 ...