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Like Hannibal and his elephants we took it upon ourselves to traverse the mighty Alps in our trusty Citroen. Driving over the Col du Glandon on our way to the village of Le Bourg D'Oisains we arrived just as the weekly markets were about to open.
A tasty breakfast of brioche and grande cafe at the local boulangerie and we were set for shopping and cycling. A visit to the local cycle shop to enquire about climbing the Alpe was in order as conditions were terrible, pouring rain ...
In the hope of getting out of the bad weather of Les Deux Alpes, we headed for our next stop near Lac De Paladru, unfortunately we didn't, if anything the weather was worse with almost constant rain for the 2days we stayed, we were still recovering from our bugs so we again spent most of our time in the van..
We took a couple of walks out in between the showers so again not much to report here....
Just a pin in the map!
... a couple of cars on the way down...safely of course... ;-)
At the bottom we went into the town of Bourg D'Oisan and went to the biggest of the three cycling shops to check things out. I picked up a nice pair of Assos bib shorts for about 2/3s of what we'd pay in Canada. I also got a new set of pedals for half the price of what we pay. Connie grabbed a coffee to go and then we started our way back to La Grave. The ...
We left Valloire and headed towards Les Deux Alpes, we had been warned of a cycle event going on from Valloire and as the site didn't mind what time we left we thought we would hold off as late as possible to leave and hopefully let the bike event finish, we only had 45 miles to do so it made sense!
We left site just after 3pm, within ...
... out of my bed and was out and ready in ten.
I left before the sun was risen, and got to my bus in perfect time.
"Ah, un..ah...billete...pa Grenoble?"
"Yep. Your bus is outside."
"Ah gratzi! I mean, merci! Uh, thanks."
So, I was still forgetting what country I was in, which meant I was probably moving around too much. I didn't mind so much though, my restless nature was keeping things fun and interesting.
Getting on the bus ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Hotel Grenoble
Air conditioning so so and wifi ordinary
Looks tired but grat location
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