Hotel Le Lievre Blanc

Villeneuve, Serre-Chevalier, Hautes-Alpes, Provence, France | Hotel
 

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Hannibal and his elephants

A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson

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... bread, cheese and sausage and had a picnic on top of the Col du Lautaret.

We then drove across the Alps again this time via Galibier and the Telegraphe where Mich pulled the pin on driving after seeing tyre tracks that lead over the edge of the narrow road.

More on Galibier tomorrow as I ride it in the opposite direction on the classic Telegraphe/Galibier 35km climb.

I have been guaranteed the bad weather is over, please be true.

Au revoir


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Sun and cycling through the wildflowers

A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson

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... I was crazy mad with the speed of the descent.

Not much else happening today, had a nice pasta lunch and may double up for dinner. Cleaned the bike it was filthy with all the rain we have had and watched a little TDF.

We are off at sparrows to drive to Le Bourg D'Oisans to spend the day in the region. I will climb the legendary l' Alpe with its 21 hairpins and the meet Mich at the Saturday markets in Le Bourg.

au revoir
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Riding through the mist

A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson

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Woke up with high hopes of an early ride today looked out the window and could not believe how far down the mountain the cloud had rolled. Climbing big Cols was out of the question.

We took an early morning trip St Jean de Maurienne to stock up on supplies and have a coffee and croissant. The weather started getting worse so it was time for bread, cheese, salami and wine.

By the afternoon the rain stopped ...

Beaten by the rain!

A travel blog entry by glenn-sampson

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Today the plan was to ride three or four cols, well that was the plan, the weather had other ideas.

I set off at 5.30am with just a light drizzle and if you have seen today's stage of the TDF you would know it became progressively worse.

I made it to Thones climbing the Col De Bluffy however by then I was soaked through. My rain booties and gloves had given up and became water capsules, I couldn't warm up and still had to climb over 1400 metres.

The Alps beat me ...

Alpe D'Huez here I come!

A travel blog entry by kochwebb

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... and the air was warmer than the air outside and as I emerged from one of them the rain had stopped and I hit an uphill climb. I have never been so happy to hit a hill where I would be going a bit slower and building up some body heat with the exertion of peddling, but it didn't last as the road began to descend again until I arrived at the base of Alp D'Huez. The weather here was much better as the rain had cleared and the ...

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