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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We spent 3 nights here, the site was again chosen for its locality to a Bike Park so Tom could go out for a ride, the site is in the small village / town of Orbey, the village centre is about 3 minutes away by bike but the campsite is more like 20minutes away from the centre by bike, confused? its because its up a massive hill!!
The campsite is in fact 9 miles from ...
... the other side of the block to watch the race start and with no fences we were able to get super close to the riders as they came through. With Tour De France running through our veins it was a unanimous decision to drive a small distance south and catch stage 10. We drove so high up into the mountains that we were amongst the clouds. It was pretty cold and wet compared to the weather Dean and I have experienced over the last few months. We parked ourselves in some ...
It's been 3 very long days to get to the point of seeing our first part of the tour. I woke at 4:00am due to body clock being out of whack, at 5am I went for a walk from the Hotel. I discovered a run down yet still fully functioning hospital down the road, looked like a scene from a movie. Beautiful walk. I returned back to the accommodation, we then all went for breakfast at the hotel. Again wonderful food. ...
Today climbed to col du schucht above gerardmer. Tough climb after 2 weeks off the bike - luckly missed the rain but saw the amazing TDF caravan before the stage. Got into gerardmer yesterday to catch end of stage 8 - saw Stuart O'Grady and the green edge ...
... buster hills just a series of roller coaster rides. The trick was to go down fast enough to get momentum to make it up the other side. Good in theory but didn't always work though. As we got closer to Nancy the quiet country road soon turned into a intimidating busy one, so we found an alternative to that too. Luckily the last 5km was on a smooth, paved canal path. We seem to be getting fitter and stronger as even at the end of the day we were ...