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... by the altitude, only tired from a long day of climbing.
After eating some lunch it was time to head back down the way we came, fortunately the majority of this was down hill. We stopped at the little restaurant to use the facilities. The French do not like you using their bathrooms so Ray, Rich and I ordered cokes and a nutella crepe. After ordering we then realized the bathroom was out of order!
We stayed at the restaurant a little too long ...
... persistence and survival.
Ultimately I made it, absolutely shagged, but I was still standing unlike a stack of others who were on the roadside collapsed.
I met up with Chris at the finish, he didn;'t make the time cut on Glandon and was ferried back to the finish by bus....not happy.
So that's the Etape for another year....not so sure about doing this again. This experience was enough.
... beautiful new bikes to drool over, especially the latest Time Izon
Chris and I lamented last years event over a pasta lunch in one of the restaurants at the top. Pretty good tagliatelle carbonara they served up to us.
After an afternoon's TV watching the TdF stage....and a few reds, I headed off for the 25km drive up the valley to my hotel at Valmeinier.
Got to get organised for tomorrow and off to bed ...
280 km Fuel €15.30 and €10 First part of the drive was through flatland Italy wasn't much to see but the second half was great, down the French rocky Alps into Monaco. One road was shut going over the Alps so had to take a detour. Walked down to the harbour in nice and saw some very expensive boats a had dinner at a French /American bar. £78.13 apogia ...
... https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sé bastien_Le_Prestre_de_Vauban We headed South West from Chamonix to Flumet before turning South East to Buorg St. Maurice then on to Val d'Lsere. Heading South West from Val d'Lsere we crossed out first pass of the day, Col de L'lseran, 2770 meters. This is the highest paved road in the Alps. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Col_de_ l%27Iseran It was refreshingly cool at the summit of this pass. We then headed South West to ...