Kyriad Design Enzo Montlucon
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the year when it's not too busy. Took the English tour around the old town - 2 hours very well spent. They have a local delicacy - Scheeballen - which are deep fried pastry balls. We opted for pretzel doughnuts!!
Took our bikes out next day to sample the cycle ways and the local countryside. Very green and lush with loads of birds, and easy cycle routes for a cycling novice like me. Last time I cycled, bikes had 3 gears. Now I have ...
... and then after dinner set out for a walk to the top of a hill overlooking Nice, with awesome views of the promenade, town and pebble beach. Thought we saw a market so wandered down for a squiz. Well, you always hear about how it's such a small world, and we found this out as who should we bump into but Kel Felms from Dan's work and her partner Adam! What are the odds!? So we got to catch up over a drink and it was great to get a little dose of home, unfortunately we were ...
... who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, because there is no effort without error or shortcoming, but who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself for a worthy cause; who, at the best, knows, in the end, the triumph of high achievement, and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never ...
We thought we'd let Bruno have first say! :-
June 20th to June 27th
With a lump in my throat, I wave a tearful goodbye to Blighty as we disappear under La Manche.
Safely through the tunnel and to the first campsite. 28 euros per nuit, Monsieur says sacre bleu,we will be broke within a month. I did have my doubts about this holiday but now discover that the number of walks and swims in both canals and ...
... mountains. For those who missed the facebook post, we walked an 800m elevation to sleep in a refuge (small cabin) held to a rock by a steel cable, next to the Glacier Pilat. Even in the Himalayas, I’d never been so close to a glacier before so despite the being ill-prepared for the freezing temperatures, it was very exciting. Other Grenoblian highlights include a visit to the monastery where Carthusian monks practicing vows of silence manufacture the herbal ...