Le Parc Hometel
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... and then there was the Montbeliarde Eye Fillet done in the oven OMG so tasty & tender!! A small desert of his prunes then CHEESE two huge pieces. A walk after up the hill to take a look at his replacement cows with their bells ringing, their temperament was incredible and I thought my Welsh Black Cows were quiet.
Reluctantly we said farewell and strolled back to the car, viewing the different Chalets as we went. Arriving at the car as the rain ...
... calm and just stand or sit around when you go up to them.
Lunch is served and its delicious, I am lucky enough to have the best view from the table straight out the door overlooking the hills and valley below, I could stay here for a few days and just breath in the fresh air and read a book to just be and relax. There is a problem with wolves here and they are protected in France - farmers are not allowed to kill them and the population is getting out of hand ...
A short walk into town to get supplies and check out the gear shops...disappointed on bike hire prices so decided to stick to a bike with a motor, it's tricky mixing the two... Nanno nap and after a refreshing shower felt like a ride - so up the mountain we went. It was quite late and the sun was setting - providing amazing panoramic views of the surrounding mountains... Rode through the town of Alp D'Huez looking for photo opportunities. Went into one gear shop that had 50% off (surely ...
WOW,WOW,WOW is all I can say to describe this mornings ride, we rode up hills and cruised back down with mighty mountains to our left and right. We were cycling through the mountains although there was still a few descent climbs for us. I got the biggest thrill and it really felt like an achievement to conquer some of these. Way up in the mountains you would think you would feel isolated - not in France there are small villages ...
We arrived in St-Jean-Pied-DePort and got our bags all shipped off. It was a beautiful thing to get rid of 65 pounds but there is no insurance or signature confirmation on shipping out here. Our electronics and about $3000 worth of gear is on a chance and hoping our karma keeps up with us. We made it to the pilgrim office and acquired our passports for the trail and overwhelmed ourselves with information and dread to what may lay ahead of ...