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... surfers, but I would not have liked being out in a small boat fishing! The weather picked up over the bank holiday weekend - it's a holiday in France too. We have had patches of lovely warm sunshine, but most of the time there has been a wind. It comes off the lake and has a cutting edge to it. Our next planned stop was an aire at La Breole. It was a building site. The commune were putting up a building and had fenced off part of the aire for access ...
... where we wanted to be (had been given a walking tour map by our Canadian friends) but not where we were. The bus driver aimed to be helpful but couldn't read the map. Another girl who didn't live in the area stopped and tried to help (how often does that happen – when you ask someone, they have just arrived in town themselves or live in another place?)
So we went inside and asked at the ticket counter where the guy immediately marked the map and we were off and running. I ...
... 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 ...
... as quick as they can…..
However, we woke up one morning and decided that today was going to be the day. We packed a picnic, stuffed our pockets with energy food and off we set. The climb is about 14km long and the first 3km are said to be the hardest with the steepest incline of between 10-14%…..this was true enough and we were happy to see the village of La Garde where the incline was a little easier. Paul happily pedalled ahead and stopped ...