Hotel Restaurant Le Chardon bleu
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... street correction, we were shown the hills and not the autostrada. Later in the morning we bypassed congested Portofino and discovered Camogli, a smaller beach town further north. Another great discovery was Sacra Di San Michele, a magnificent mountain top monastery west of Torino. At the end of the day, we rolled into Briancon, a French ski resort town just over the border with ...
... over an unfinished bridge to start an up/down day. Ritchie Abandoned Jonathan and me after coffee because he wanted to do an extra climb up Col d'Izouard at the end of the day. He took some vomits with him.
What, I hear you cry, is a vomit? It's a little sachet of pommes purees designed to help babies transition from milk to solids, introduced to us by guide James last week. At the time Ritchie said, "You want ...
... Tomtom screen seems filled with a big red blob. Surely this must have been an old smugglers' road, it is so remote, empty, untrafficked.
The summit is bleak and windswept with fine views over the Maritime Alps. It is cold at this altitude and the sky is heavy with the threat of rain.
So we drop down through the Isola 2000 ski resort then on down to the village ...
Where are we? OK, that was Sunday so today must be Monday. A long day today. I have previewed Bald Eagle's route and it seems to have twiddly bits most of the way and also looks like 8 hours of driving! Anyway we wake up with the sun rising over the distant hills and a cloudless sky. Breakfast, for the first time, was taken outside on the terrace watching a hot air balloon going nowhere - there was just no wind. The hotel had lots ...
... staging for a club ride in the area. We stopped in Jausiers for coffee and a flea market, then started up a long climb on an excellent road, through several valleys of the Mercantour National Park, on our way to the tops of Col de la Bonette, the tallest pass in the Alps. The views were austere, but spectacular, with visibility extending for hundreds of miles in every direction. We continued on, past the abandoned military village from WWI at Vens, then ...