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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Azteca Barcelonnette
Ambiente acolhedor e simpático. Café da manhã simples, mas servido em um terraço bonito. Todo mundo ali parece feliz, hóspedes em suas motos ou nos seus carros que lembram a época de Scott Fitzgerald na Côte d'Azur. Charme, naturalmente.
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... to bike along, the moment we crossed the border the road went to a single lane bumpy ride. We get passed by a number of brand new BMW and Mercedes ripping down the hills. A few of the vehicles are covered in stickers that looks like pretty floral wallpaper to me. A rather odd scene, Kory says he thinks they are test driving to car models and that the stickers are there to help hide the new lines and look of the car style. Sure enough we pull into our first real Italian ...
... 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 ...
... the plan. It is surprising how simple life can be on a bike but the number of times we stop and come up with new ideas, routes or destinations which then leads to more decision making proves to be exhausting at times. This was one of those moments. We stay right and head down the hills already thinking about where we might stop for lunch. We roll into Saint-Benoît, which turns out to be an ancient roadside mid-evil town that had been built in the ...
... talk. "Will you get a f**king move on? We will be here all f**king day". Surprisingly this doesn't increase my tempo and after some shared jovial expletives we crawl up the horrible, pebbly tarmac in snail formation. Aussies Bruce and Mick are already outside the hotel and give us a pat on the back as even they had found the day so tiring they didn't try the extra col. Richie makes it up d'Izouard. Total respect.
... a mobile milking setup for 4 cows at a time , which can be moved around the mountain depending on where the cows are grazing. An incredible sight to see! & hear with the cows wearing bells to locate them. We have met the cheese maker & look forward to making cheese with the fresh milk tomorrow A dinner at the refuge of gnocchi & Castel Magno cheese, guinea fowl & some lovely wines ended what was a fascinating day. Looking forward to ...