Hotel Le Christiania
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... of last month, Stefan was in Papua New Guinea last week working in a southern hemisphere summer and helping to top up the coffers depleted by a deep French recession and Hollande’s crippling taxes. The most unpopular president since the formation of the republic, he insists on raising taxes instead dealing with wastage and efficiencies. Of course every time he does try to make austerity changes, the French go on strike. My uncle was ...
... to get to the top. It was his first real mountain climb and he wasn’t disappointed, the scenery was totally awesome with switchbacks through the woods at the bottom of the climb before getting ever steeper and slower before finally reaching the summit at 1490 metres, wow what an achievement! His best ride to date!
All in all we have had a brilliant few days, and now we are off to do some work!!
Miles so far……878….
... the quite village areas and the ski fields. A beautiful Saturday and chance to reflect. Chaos as usual in the city!
Dinner in, after a stroll in town. Its shopping bonanza fortnight. The place is packed. I liked the €2200 watch but other than that not too much appealed.
While Penny is packing in the morning I am dispatched to the shops for two items; fresh rolls for lunch and some 'feminine supplies'. Boulangerie is ...
... I just loved the smokey smell of that steak, it smelt too good to eat. I was wondering what type of wood were they burning in their BBQ grill to produce this magnificent smell.
Didn't have to look too hard to see a huge pile of gnarly old vine stumps sitting there.
Lunch finished , back on the road now for 250kms to reach Lortet. Arrived just as the TdF stage was finishing. Sadly Richie Porte blew up and lost a lot of time...too bad, ...
... all those necessary things that are hard to do during the week. We had a quiet coffee in our gite in Azet, which is very nice and run by an extremely friendly lady for whom nothing is too much trouble. This is not always the case! We did the washing and sorted out our pictures, wrote the blogs for the last two days and recharged all our rechargable items. After that a quite walk through the village of Azet, which is small and rural but has a lot ...