Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Terrasses d'Azur
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 18km to the first village and I make it to find that the little garage is closed, it looks like permanently.
But a young guy stops in an old van and asks if he can help. I follow him to his nearby house. In the garage he has two bikes, a Suzi Exup and a Kwak 750. He also has a compressor. The International Biking Brotherhood comes up trumps again.
With plenty of ...
... you that I don't like tunnels. Not the little rocky French ones, I mean the long, smelly burrows that go for miles in places under the alps and are usually full of aggressive Italian drivers.
But I'm not complaining about them today. Driving past Genoa on the autostrada one goes through maybe a hundred tunnels. Every one is a respite from the driving rain and the chance to sit up straight ...
... road in Europe. The narrow road meandered up the edge of the valley and gave distant glimpses of snowy mountain peaks. As the road ascended through village settlements they grew less and less frequent and the occasional local acknowledged my slow 50 km an hour speed through their villages. The dwellings grew less frequent and the curves became more hairpin, but good visibility of the road ahead meant a wide approach line could be taken on the delicious curves. Both the bike ...
... knowing I could make Pisa tomorrow and thinking safety first I rode into the first camp site. Keen for a cabin for a quick and early get away in the morning they were all full. As I spoke with the camp site manager a huge thunder clap rang out across the valley and a lighting bolt lit up the darkening sky - decision made camping was now not an option. The manager called up a few hotels for me and recommended the Le Grand Hotel as they had secure bike parking - she called reception ...
... was beautiful and miserable all at the same time. If you know me well, you know that I love sleep. I can sleep for days and not think twice about it, but I also always have so much to do, and not to do, that I can't waste away the days sleeping. Breakfast at the hotel was DELICIOUS and HUGE, two very important things for me. Box of cereal, milk, bread, croissant, pastry, orange juice, tea, banana, granola. I was pretty happy. After this ...