Hotel Club du Soleil Le Pas du Loup
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... a ferry from Italy to Croatia, Greece or even Turkey depending on the refugee situation. We have been keeping an eye on the news and both feel that it isn't necessary to beeline it over to those countries if they are experiencing havoc, the last thing they need is cycle tourists squatting in the woods at night. We keep looking at options and throw ideas back and forth to each other. Back to Spain? What about Asia? How much are flights? Let's buy a van and travel that ...
... find one either. The lady we bought our first treat from was delightful! We had planned to go out for dinner but changed our minds at the last second and decided to get fresh pasta and sauce from her store instead. So we headed back to the pasterria a second time. Welcoming us back in with a warm smile and a friendly "Caio" we made our first real attempt at communicating in Italian. The entire scene was priceless. Basically we wanted fresh pasta, a sauce, something to go with ...
... the climb into the pass. We could pick up anything we needed then. We stroll into Isola ready for our packed lunch and a grocery shop, except Isola is a town square, fountain, free wi-fi, a restaurant and a small tobacco shop that may or may not be open. By the condition it was in it didn't look operational, however it is siesta hour. We eat our lunch and debate our options. The fuel can is pretty low but we have enough for dinner tonight and ...
... toured around the walled city and contemplated climbing the stairs to the fort on top the hill. Deciding instead to park at a busy bench along the side walk,set up our portable kitchen, make coffee, and have lunch. During our lunch we pull out the maps and calculate our distances to the Gorge, to the Alps, and to Italy. Aware that each event is quickly approaching and we only have a loose game plan in place we conclude it is best to keep today short and rest ...
... with random people who you have never met like the Italian I met in a hotel lift in Lucca. “So you ride GS?” “No” “Ducati?” “No, Yamaha” “Is motorcycle?” “Yes, big adventure bike” “But no GS” “Is this your floor?”
And then we met some Germans on the side of the road, who seemed to think they had a sense of humour. “Zo, how far you ride today?” ...