Madame Vacances Residence Le Chalet d'Orcieres
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Down the other side (north) the road was narrower but as we went through the village of Valloire and Modane on the D902 the scenery just got better and better. We continued on to climb up towards the Col D’Iseran (2770m) and then dropped into the Val D’Isere for lunch. Pretty wind swept up there ...
... through the village, it climbs the Col d'Allos for 10km. We wound our way up its hairpin bends with increasingly great views of the valley below and up into the very alpine crest. What torture it must be to race up this mountain. As with all the big hill climbs we drive in France and Spain, we see bike riders of all ages. At the pass atop this climb, a younger couple ...
After a horrid nights sleep, with 3 of us not well, we left Asti and drove towards the French border and the formidable Alps. We encountered quite a few tunnels that we had to drive through with some being over 5kms long. At least this saved us having to wind our way through the mountains. Once again there were snow capped mountains on either side of us.
We entered into France and came across a little ski town in the French Alps that was covered in snow. Sophie ...
... there were a few tunnels along the route but we didn't realise that they were pitch black and although we came prepared with a torch it was of no use at all. You couldn't see a hand in front of your face, it was very disorientating and just to add to the 'fun' water dripped from the roof of the tunnel onto your head and down your neck! It was like being on the worst theme park ride, where you had no idea what was going to happen next! It was a mild relief to exit the ...
... across who muttered at us in French and bossed others around. She obtained collective giggles sighs and groans by other frenchies. At the Montdauphin station it was just another shuttle bus and a walk up the icy mountain to reach our destination. We were the lucky ones however. Others took 24-36 hours to reach our accommodation. A friend of mine leaving the Alps moved 20km in 6 hours, then ended up in an emergency shelter for the night. There were ...