Ibis Grenoble Gare
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... area. If I'm honest, it looked like some of the bleakest parts of the Rhondda valley. Dark, grimy, houses just like in South Wales. But in between, glorious glimpses of the bluest lakes within deep gorges. The weather has been disappointing, but we can't hope to have wall to wall sunshine. It snowed last night on the tops of the mountains, and around the lake, the snow line is very low. It is forecast for tonight! The wind is great for the sailors and ...
... offers but snatches back when it sees the tag.
Once on the motorways, there is normally (very) little traffic, no worries about directions, high quality aires de service, very relaxed travelling and the MPG increased slightly (never good when you're towing a shed of course)
A MUCH easier campsite entrance (after we'd tossed a coin to decide who did the last section) fine, big pitches good toilets and showers, Wi Fi €13 for 3 days but high bandwidth and no ...
... a little break and a gilato of course. The roofs of the houses now have the red clay tile shingles and definitely looking like Alp buildings. We took pictures of a sheer cliff where mountain climbers practice their climbing. I can’t imagine doing that! We finally arrived in Chambery at our “Best Western” hotel well after 6:30pm. It had been a long day. We ate pork loin and a nice salad with everyone and went off to ...
We stopped off at Besancon this morning to admire this UNESCO World Heritage Centre. All very beautiful and historic. We arrived just south of Grenoble to camp for night in the pouring rain. Our brief assessment of Grenoble on a miserable rainy Sunday night is that it looks like a bit of a ...
... drinks and these delicious scone things.
In my opinion, the plant tour was the best part of our visit at BD. We saw the whole creation process of their famous syringe. Everything was very precise and sterile. It was pretty surreal seeing them transform from a piece of glass to an essential instrument in helping sick people.
At the CEFAM reception, I was able to talk to the students who went to ...