Hotel Club du Soleil Les Bergers
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a horrid nights sleep, with 3 of us not well, we left Asti and drove towards the French border and the formidable Alps. We encountered quite a few tunnels that we had to drive through with some being over 5kms long. At least this saved us having to wind our way through the mountains. Once again there were snow capped mountains on either side of us.
We entered into France and came across a little ski town in the French Alps that was covered in snow. Sophie ...
... ski shoes. On that note I don't know how people carry skis and poles and gloves etc around without looking like fumbling mumbling idiots. Seriously. Our guide "tweety" ran us through the basics. I didn't do too bad apart from crashing into my friend who had no travel insurance. Whoops. The days went on and I survived even managing to do a green run from the very top. We were trusted to accompany tiny 4-5 year old ski little persons on chair lifts. They ...
... we weren't total wreckages and did gain some early confidence. When a green run turned blue and we were faced with several rather steep drops, ridiculously considered 'slopes' the talked about confidence quickly disappeared. Ploughing wasn't going to get us through that though and at this point Tori, I began to reconsider your quote 'nothing great was ever achieved staying in your comfort Zone'. As to conquerer this one, we actually needed to ...
After an amazing stay in the Le Grand Hotel with the bike safely stored in the garage I set off early with no breakfast or coffee which is unusual. It's fair to say the town of Barcelonnette in France left a good impression on me. An old city but with a vibrance and not too touristy. I was infatuated with the old town and every street directed your gaze to the close mountains and the narrow streets framed the views encouraging yet more photos. I was keen to ride the highest road ...
... garage for Motos and Velos. Upon entering the foyer walls were adorned with bike photos (pedal bikes), B&W cycling pictures and a old bike was used as decoration. In their garage few other tasty bikes - KTM 990, Tiger 1050 Adventure (like Steven Kirks), new Kawasaki Versys 1000, and now my GS 800, each from a different European country, I felt at home right away. My moto was parked up in their garage and they checked when you were leaving so that the order of bikes would enable ...