Hotel Lac et Foret
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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 ...
... was lots of room in between the plants which is unusual for a sunflower field, but it worked well for all the tourists standing for their photo. Of course, we did the same! We noticed one family had a small girl who was just refusing to go in between the sunflowers for her photo, despite the protests coming from her family. I figured she had been stung by bees in the lavender fields and had figured out that she was safer further away. The sunflowers were incredible and such ...
... for touring. But not today. We decided to take the Valfrejus tunnel that connects France and Italy on the road to Turin. A massive undertaking to produce a tunnel through the Alpes for a distance of 12 km. And a massive toll to use it - 40€. We simply looked at it as another experience which cost 20€ each. Puts it in the same class as a cable car ride. The toll way gives way to a choice of roads, one of which returned us to France ...
Mark was very interested to discover that even Prince Albert has the same creeping oxalis as we do.
Monaco only covers 1.9 sq km in total, smaller than NY Central Park. Full of skyscrapers and apartment blocks, its residents have the highest per capita income in the world…all tax free of ...
... by Monks and then there were stairs, many, many stairs leading up to a church at the top of the hill. The views from the top were amazing but the village was even better. It had a waterfall running through the town and many of the shops were built into the rock. Many artists seem to live there and the village is known for it's pottery. This is our favorite village so far.
We ate lunch in the village in a little square, ...