Hotel Le Cassini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... to make sense of the pudding in front of her, and the fact that we all had the same thing ... it was another "in between" dish, a tiny rice pudding, with citrus and praline. About then, Rachel and I got the giggles. Not very fine dining behaviour, but dinner had been one surprise after another.
Dessert arrived - mine was light as air, a meringue that was almost a foam with a crisp glasslike brulee crackling on the top, and tiny ...
... girls enjoyed walking the lovely dogs. After the walk Chloe's made some Quiche Lorraine and we headed on the road again towards a place called Gap. The views on the way were breathtaking and as we drove I reflected on how lovley Chloe's family and friends were and how pleased we were to make make the visit ...
... so much. We had a celebratory dinner and the next morning shuttled to Grenoble the long way because of the tunnel issue. The strongest cyclist in our group was seriously motion sick. MP was proactive and took Dramamine before the turn filled van ride. Jumped on a train and into Lyon where we met the Cooksons and found our apartment in Lyon. We lucked into eating at a Michelin starred restaurant for dinner and everyone was ...
... a classic Tour climb and one that has been used repeatedly over the years. While painful, it was also beautiful. We topped out and had a bite to eat before descending into Valloire. From Valloire the real fun began. 18km to the top of the Col de Galibier, and it was a BEAST!! Several folks only made it to the 12km mark before bailing out and jumping in the van. Most of the ride was on slopes of 8+% ...
Back on the bikes! 60km from Allemont up to a little town called Villard Reymond. The village way tiny. On the way we had to ride through 3 pitch black tunnels the longest which was 370m. There was one little old French lady with a cafe overlooking the mountains, so we stopped for some apricot tart and raspberry mousse. She was the loveliest lady! Back ...