Hotel La Farandole
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We've left Lourmarin with some sorrow, but soon perked up when we got into the Alps. It's been a perfect day, the trees are turning Autumn colours and although it's 26 degrees there's snow on the high tops. Briancon has this amazing fort built to keep the Italians out many years ago. Tomorrow we go over the mountain to Italy toward ...
... in at a small side street cafe for our morning cappuccino. This one was like no other we've had here yet- topped with cream and dusted with chocolate, it reminded me of my USA trip last December! Yum. After a short bask in the sun, we continued home to pick up Jono before heading to a small town outside of Grenoble where we would be riding the La Funiculaire- the steepest train track in Europe. When we arrived, we had to wait an hour before our ...
... to the cable cars that would take us up to Bastille. La Bastille is a small mountain at the crossroads of three valleys. Amy hates heights so I had to do some serious convincing (and lying) to coax her onto the cab cars. They took us up the the top where we admired the view, got a few selfies and enjoyed a coffee. Amy hadn't eaten yet so she also smashed a toasted ham and cheese sandwich- check out the photo. They certainly love their ...
This morning, after a quick cappuccino at another gorgeous local cafe called Instant, Amy and I embarked on our first adventure for the day. Today we would tackle the roads of Grenoble. And when I say we, I mean Amy- I was simply there for support in the passenger seat. Amy was a natural, took the roads like she knew them like the back of her hand. I must admit, although I felt completely safe, it is strange being ...
This morning we woke early, only to venture out and find that in grenoble most stores don't open until 10am!! Luckily Amy's apartment is literally across the road from all the action! However, a cute little cafe called Victoria Station was open so we grabbed a quick take away cappuccino and walked the streets to find all the little stores that we wanted to visit later. The streets are so pretty here. All the buildings are so gorgeous and the streets are lined with full, green trees. ...