Logis La Residence
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... started quietly. Dave rested and I went foraging for a take away coffee and tea. Managed to talk my way through and ended up with a lovely tea, coffee and pastries for breakfast. Also managed to get some ointment for my ankle. Forgot to mention I got stung by a bee/wasp at lake Como and my ankle has come up very red and swollen. The language barrier was gone when they took one look at it haha. We are now going to head to ...
... right in front of the lake.
Tuesday 19 August
Still cool, but with sunny intervals. Decided to stay an
extra night here, to explore the local area.
Spent the morning housekeeping. Afternoon ride into
nearby, lakeside town of Gérardmer. Very pleasant forested, countryside around
here, with pretty chalet type houses. Lots of walks and cycle rides, with
skiing in the winter ...
... CZ, and others. We all feel ready to return home now. For me, it feels like the trip has served it's purpose. The family are good! The girls are an impressive pack of 3, Cece is certainly one of them now - no longer a baby, they are a 3. It's been really nice making up for lost time with her, she's fab - Scarlett has matured and is sensible and responsible - great qualities to have, and Gen has matured too, more independent than ever now, ...
... dip in the swimming pool which was gloriously cool, then sat in our swimmers to dry of in the evening sun, still 30 degs at 6pm. Decide it was tea time so Andy set up the Cadac for a curry, hmmmm loose screw = woooooof of gas n fire but all came good in the end not a singed eyebrow insight. Only have 10 mins of free wifi at this site so gonna try n share ;-) see you in Switzerland. P.s hope someone order Shar's lunch ...
... there is so much more. The streets are so small and to see the buses and trucks come through, literally set up during the middle of the night before the stage, and within an hour pack it all up once the riders have left has been really interesting and intriguing to watch. We were able to get ourselves a front row fence position and watch the riders warm up before the start of stage 9. We cheered the Aussies and got a few head nods and smiles along the way, we then ...