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... to beat the crowd and get breakfast. I feel like I am at camp: sleeping in a hot room, tired and sore from the day’s activities and hurrying to beat the crowd and eat. All that being said this is a great camp!
After breakfast we all loaded into the vans. Today’s ride was going to start about 30 minutes away in the town of Saint-Etienne-de-Cuines. From here we rode about 8 miles into the town of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne. My legs felt a little stiff ...
... distance. Although I was happy to read at the end of the day that Cavendish said on Twitter that the day was 'harder than it was meant to be' so I assume he and the other sprinters found the hill pretty tough too. Next we headed for the Col de Tourmalet and we went with the expectation that we wouldn't be able to get anywhere near the top of the mountain. We drove through the village at the bottom of the Col and a helpful female gendarme told us that we could continue on to ...
... time, so we stopped and went over and watched the mechanics cleaning all the bikes and the chefs have their own trucks and were cooking for the riders as well.
Then we had tea and headed back to Pouzolles because Mum had booked the hotel in Sainte Maxime for the wrong year!!!!
We got home at 11.30pm.
We all went straight to bed without unpacking the car.
... chefs in the hotel car park so we went over and watched the mechanics fix and clean the bikes. When we left we saw Contador having tea with a mate outside.
On the motorway Mum realised she had booked our hotel in Sainte Maxime for the wrong year. So we decided to head home an extra 100kms! We got home at 11.30pm and were so tired we didn't bother unpacking the car we just went inside to bed.
... his little back with all his important stuff. So, we had to hitchhike back to the place were the guy picked us up. It didn't take us long to go back and eventually we found the back with everything in, but going back to the idyllic place took us forever. After a while (read two hours) we had no water or food left so we decided to walk. Turns out ten meters behind the corner was a water ...