Hotel La Maison Du Bez
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... We climbed out of Brian(s)con and headed to the Col du Lautaret. This was beautiful fast road with lost of curves but no switchbacks. Just a buzz to ride and climb into the blue sky through green alpine pastures. From their it was up to the Col de Galibier. At 2642m as its only slightly lower than Ruapehu (2797m), but the surrounding countryside could not have been more different.
I spent only a few days in my family in the Alps, but it was absolutely fabulous!
When family and really good friends meet after not seeing each other for years, it feels so natural, like nothing has changed, we are just together, now, period.
So, I did enjoy our time together, then, period. No Internet, no phone, no pictures. It was our time together and we loved every minute of it.
What's needs to be noted though, is that my European ...
... bend to wait for me to catch up before riding to the next bend with the camera poised for another Mandy action shot! I really found it quite a hard slog to get to the top, mainly due to the fact that it was 22-25 degrees most of the way, as well as the altitude making it pretty hard towards the top, but none of this seemed to affect Paul and he was really pleased with his achievement on what is deemed to be one of the hardest Tour de France climbs at an altitude of 1860m ...
... can't believe I actually got to experience it!
The first thing we saw when we got off the bus was a dog sledding team, I knew immediately that I would love it up there. The dogs were all so excited to get running and I was just holding myself back from going up and saying hi to all of them!
I spent the day snowshoeing around the mountains and got to see a few mountain ...
... can get some of the effect.
So back to my first time skiing...ever.
I did 4 runs today before my body told me I needed to stop. My first run down the bunny slopes was kinda awful (as expected for a newcomer). I couldn't stop, or turn so basically I did what I could to slow down and ended up wiping out hard many times.Thankfully I had Katy with me who is from Colorado who talked me through it and got my confidence back up. After the first run, ...