Balladins Confort Hotel Grenoble Liberation
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... So instead of beautiful countryside views, there was a pile of dirt and rubble. So onto plan B. A cheap ACSI campsite 10 km along the road. Far too many hairpins to count! But a fab place. The lake was beautiful and we were treated to the sight of many paragliders flying over us from one of europe's best launch sites for experts. Many were staying on the campsite and landed in front of us on the beach. Two days of wonderful sun with just a light ...
In discussion with others, it is clear that you are always “guided” to the toll motorways, we proposed to test this out today on a leg where there was a good alternative N road with scenic properties.
Tom Tom was set to use toll roads and we would do the alternative navigation as required. All went well until the N1083 which we were manually following just disappeared at the roundabout and even more amazingly, we suddenly found ourselves at the toll plaza.
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... it takes to make a little perfume. Next we drove along the spectacular Route Napoleon through the French Alps. Here’s a little history lesson: Napoleon escaped from his place of exile here and rode his horse with his troops to Paris in 7 days where he ruled for 100 days until he was defeated at Waterloo. (I think I have this story right.) We then stopped at Castleton for lunch. Ragia "marched" us to the town square where ...
We stopped off at Besancon this morning to admire this UNESCO World Heritage Centre. All very beautiful and historic. We arrived just south of Grenoble to camp for night in the pouring rain. Our brief assessment of Grenoble on a miserable rainy Sunday night is that it looks like a bit of a ...
... average gradient of 8.1%. Usually the reward at the top makes the climb worthwhile, but we were really disappointed with Alpe d’Huez. I don’t know quite what we were expecting but it was a huge ski town which was really commercialised and very touristy with ‘all you can eat’ menus etc, so after a quick picnic in the sunshine we were glad to head back down again to the tranquility of our beautiful campsite. The ride back down was amazing, no icy ...