Ibis Budget Sisteron
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pass, every gorge brings us to another valley and another soaring landscape. The folds of layered in some places are fascinating, telling of hundreds of millions of years of seabed formation and forces of the earth's crust
One section took us through a large ski resort village and were thrilled to see that this year's Tour de France travels through here on 22nd July. ...
Yesterday, after the excitement of ITER we used the bikes again, so easy riding (!) in the warmth and lack of wind, rain, traffic and madness along the river bank, returning via the road. To be fair, there was a little traffic and mad bikers, so not all good.
We looked at a unit typical of the ones used on site and found them very good (probably the ones at the end of their useful lives would be shipped to Lecco (this may only mean something to a very select couple!)
... Christiane and Robert have been very welcoming..thanks, highly recommend it for others
The other style of holiday has been great but 1-2 nights and moving on is hard. This is more what I like and it is even better that it is Provence - deep blue sky, orange terracotta roofs, lovely warm sun..with hotter weather to come
A couple of quick observations ...
... Tour de France but serious ride). If bikes can go up there then the mighty Pug 2 will eat it! Then I noticed that thing we had seen in the TdF where supporters paint the names of their favourite riders on the road. Lots of names that meant nothing to me....then Go Seb....Loeb is best.....Seb Loeb.....ahhhh these are not bike riders but World Rally champs drivers. A quick bit of help from my good friend ...
Big sleep in....didn't wake until 830am!! By the time we had brekky, a chat to Barbara in Melbourne and a load of washing, it was 11am. Forecast was for some rain but it looked pretty clear...so the washing went on the clothes line
We picked a couple of local towns to visit, one with an abbey, one with old buildings and one with a relaxing garden
First stop was at Ganagobie abbey. Same old story, getting a bit boring but ...