La Tour De Pacoret
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... It was really cool to see a big group of kiwis on the other side of the world. We also got to meet some of the rowers, including Hamish. It was sponsored so there was lots of free drinks and food. After a few too many wines we were ready to head off. We drove to Auix Les Baines to meet Curtis and Lauren at his hotel. We waited there for a while then went into town to fish somewhere for dinner. We found a place close to where ...
... We also won a silver. I hadn't been feeling great and started to get worse walking back to the car after the racing. I slept in the car then headed straight to bed. After a short nap Adam and I watched Pitch Perfect 2 in bed. By the time I got up I was feeling much better. We sat around the table with a great cheese platter ...
... for the Rio Olympics but were one of the slowest finalists. We left the rowing around midday and headed in Annecy. It was a very picturesque French town with a lovely lake and canals. We were starting to find it difficult traveling as a group and adding two more people made it even harder. We stopped for lunch firstly and then walked along the canals. It was beautiful beautiful they had flower boxes throughout the ...
... French restaurant and had an amazing meal there. This region utilised soft cheeses much more than we ever saw in Paris or Bordeaux. They had meals, such as cheese fondue and grilled camembert. I had a cheesy meal, similar to potato bake and Adam had a chicken paella-like dish. We got home after a supermarket visit to find the others now home. We stayed up and chatted for a bit and then headed to ...
... which was really nice. We cleaned all the muck off the bike, then enjoyed a luxury soak in the bath before heading out to buy tomorrow's snacks and find somewhere to eat. In fact, Val D'Isere was pretty dead, virtually everything closed, so we decided to eat in the hotel, which was a good choice.
Tomorrow should be a slightly easier day, with only 1400m of climbing, so we decided to make the most of the hotel breakfast and delay our departure until 10am. ...