Le Grand Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... morning saw us 'review',.. yet again. We decided that our original plans to head north to Lake Como,.. then west through Switzerland,.. finally a run through France back to the UK,.. needed to change. So,. Our new plan is to head to Turin,.. back through the Tunnel of Frejus (we decided that the 57 euro fee to travel the 14 Klms through the mountain was a better option than the fuel cost / stress overload of navigating the Alps on the secondary highways),.. and then take ...
... and we very much enjoyed the 31km descent and stopping in Arvieux for a burger, salad and proper coffee! We made it to the campsite in good time and glorious sunshine so we went straight in the pool! Time to rest now as we have another big challenge tomorrow. The book describes the climb tomorrow as 'testing'. ...
The title says it all! Today we cycled from Valloire to Briancon over the Col du Galibier (2646m). The weather was against us pretty much all day, as we woke to pouring rain forcing us to drag everything inside and practically take over the sites shower block! We left several hours later with just croissants and pain au chocolats in our stomach. The climb up to the col was a relentless 17.5km at 7%, so blood ...
It's been a wet start and finish to our first wedding anniversary today. Best intentions for an early start we're delayed by heavy rain this morning, but we made the first 50km before lunch in great time and had a big lunch outside the supermarket in Saint Michel de Maurienne. We then climbed Col du Telegraphe and the rain started again just as we arrived into camp in Valoire. Currently tucked in our tent, enjoying looking through the photos so far while the rain continues ...
... location from yesterday. Having scaled 36km in only 7 hours the other day, I'm sure we were almost as fast... The rain came and went as we gradually climbed up Col de L'Izoard. We enjoyed the occasional short downhill section, which broke up the climbing. While climbing through the forest, we were joined by a large number of hitch-hikers. I think there were about 20 or 30 at a time, all sitting on our handlebars and weighing us down for about 5km of the climb! These hitch hikers ...