Hotel Le Mottaret
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After our rest day we were back into the daily routine of wake up early, down to breakfast, back to dress and then drop bags on truck and then find the bike. My bike is looking a little worse for wear after the last 8 days and 650 mostly wet miles. Like a Top Gear challenge I am willing her to make it to the finish. A quick spray of WD40 (gin and tonic for bikes) was greatly appreciated and she rolled ...
Again the pleasure of sleeping with David Wilkes for Rob. Bromance at its finest. Throughout our days in France and Switzerland all we can hear are the cow bells ringing. Our guide explains that these are combative cows which are trained to fight each other, sumo-style, and the winner has to wear a bloody great big bell around its neck. Based on our experience, three quarters of the cattle in France are reigning champions. This day was considerably easier ...
... to be the lowest point for the day and the start to the Ancient Roman Road, which would be our path ( a torturous one for Rob) for quite a long time. At the end of the town there was the Petite Notre Dame, a little cathedral in a small park at the end of town. This was the end of our first valley so we had to go up and over from here. The Ancient Roman Road must have been damn difficult for ...
... We wanted to take as scenic a route as possible through the Alps to get to Monaco, and our research turned up something called The Route des Grande Alpes – this is a 540km series of 19 mountain passes, consisting of steep and winding roads, hairpins bends, a million cyclists (at least) and some of the prettiest scenery I’ve ever seen. Think of the word Alpine, and you pretty much have it – mountains, ...
... English was a little shaky but we managed to teach her some new Aussie words (bonza, cheers big ears, dirty old man), so her vocabulary is now complete. After a bit of confusion as to whether we were the right group, the taxi took our 7kg of luggage and we headed off up the mountain 650m to Col de Voza at 1650m. We had a typical delicious lunch of french cheese, salami, bread and pâté. So ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed