HOTEL DU DAUPHIN
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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... just ate it or a bit of a waste. Vegetarian hell here I come.
Apart from a high-on-architectural-detail low-on-amazing-stories tour that at least showed us the weird passages that go through/under the city to picturesque courtyards/sewers used by the French resistance, everything pretty solid. Went with various posses of south africans, americans, argentines, Latvians and germans (let's see amu, claire, russell, juani, linda, miriam) to:-
... the French fashion before heading for home and picking up some groceries to make dinner.
This morning as Marty was frying bread for toast (the French never seem to give us a toaster) he kept setting off the smoke alarm and it's a wired one so you can't just take the battery out.
So deciding what to make for dinner that won't set off the smoke alarm with two elements and a microwave always takes a while. Tonight we settled on mushroom and bacon pasta with ...
... mom, dad, and boyfriend (even though they were all sleeping because it was 4am at home) and just relaxed. It was some "me" time that was much needed. Our whole group met down in the lobby at 11:15am to head to BD pharmaceutical company for a site visit. It was another long 2.5 hour bus ride. I had a chicken, lettuce, and tomato sandwich on a baguette for lunch. Once again, another carb-filled meal but I told myself that I should eat at least one baguette and one croissant ...
... our landlord's friend, Rebecca, who let us into our apartment. She could very well be the nicest person in France. The apartment was small but very livable (modern and clean with good wifi). And we discovered Nespresso! 100% additctively delicious. It was the perfect stopgap during our hunt for a real apartment and it was very close the famous Tete D'or Park . The first thing the boys wanted to do ...