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Travel Blogs from Susa
... the restaurant. By now it was close to 9pm. We couldn’t read the menu and basically took the first thing we could make sense of. The meal was okay; after 2 glasses of wine before any food arrived we were past caring, but we would have been happy with omelette and chips.
While I had been talking with Loic and Camille, Raewyn had looked for campsites in Italy. The only one, close to Turin, with 16 amps was a nudist ...
... freezing air having trained in the sub-zero Canberra winter mornings. It was -3 at the top, and with a 20km descent, only down to 1400m mind you, I wished I was carrying more body fat to keep me warm. This was going to hurt. Coming down Ainslie for just 3km in full winter cycling kit has me shivering before the bottom. Lucky I at least had (light) long finger gloves.
The long, fabulous descent through ...
... have learnt that in Italy you need to wear a swimming cap and in France the girls shorts are a no no. Plus they use too much chlorine over hear as we are use to our salt chlorinator.
I've handled the art of driving the campervan quite well though manage to just clip the hire car in a tight car park- we tried to polish it out - we will see though I did get extra insurance so hopefully won't be out of pocket.
Till next time- hopefully I won't be as tired and grumpy ...
... probably can do this as they finish each stage around lunch time, unlike me who is lucky to roll in mid-afternoon on a good day). Beer must help with the carb loading as well I guess.
My Strava stats are here: http://www.strava.com/activities/758821 85
The daily highlights video is here: http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=relm fu&v=PITRjOmDqC4
Had the best morning ever in Nyons. Long leisurely buffet breakfast sitting outside on the terrace reading and hearing the stalls for the market being set up. This was followed by a stroll along narrow roads, across squares looking at produce of all sort, clothes, ceramics etc. a huge market spread into the old part of Nyons and obviously an attraction to ...