Hotel l'Ours Blanc
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Distance: 126 km
Ascent: 1,237 m
Descent: 2,553 m
We took: 8h 03m
So, our last day of cycling and we decide to depart from our carefully pre-planned route. This is an adventure, after all.
The truth of it is that the climb to Roubion to get to our Chambres d'Hotes was such a massive effort on Saturday evening that to turn back and retrace our steps was just too demoralising. And it wouldn't be a very ...
... We wanted an early start so requested breakfast at 7:30am. It was just us and the proprietor, and his huge black cat 'Kinder', who looked like a black panther. We chatted amiably about his guests, electric bikes, the nearest ski stations to the chalet and other things that I can't recall.
I was gutted to learn that the track pumps had gone from the bike room - the Dutch guys were packing up to go home and had already removed them. Fortunately some sweet talking from Helen ...
... Jausiers is a one restaurant town. However the food is good quality, good value although the portion sizes were ridiculously large. I don't understand why restaurants serve portions that are too big. It can't be good for their profits not their customers' waistlines.
Tomorrow is a big cycling day, la col de la Bonnette, and a 87 km ride to Roubion. I believe that includes nearly 20 of your English miles of cycling against the force of ...
... around 5pm, grabbed some supplies for dinner and settled in for a quiet Sunday night with a feed and a movie. I also did some very dodgy sewing repairs to my jeans which I doubt very much will last the trip. The town of Castellane itself was quaint and also had a nice little market where we picked up a few things. A good Sunday adventure in the south of ...
... of the valley.. The mountains are more rugged now but still have trees, farms up the slopes. The houses are becoming more mountain like...dark brown shutters and alpine verandas.Serres is right at the base of a large rugged cliff with a river at the base of the city.stopped for a coffee and cookie at the sunny patio on the main square and enjoyed the sun for awhile. Then walked through the old part of town dating from the 1200s. Som e areas have been very ...