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Travel Blogs from Grenoble
... de Grenouilles et Ris de Veau, Salsifis aux Jus de Truffes, Beurre d’Herbes
Which roughly translates to:
Filet of Turbot (fish), sauteed frog, veal sweetbreads, with a truffle and herb butter sauce.
Truly unique and AMAZING!!!!
Delightful and strange, Grenoble is worth a quick visit if you ever find yourself passing through.
... a very quick lunch and then headed in for our tour. We were lucky enough to only have the four of us and two others on the tour! We headed in to the cave and arrived at a clear blue underground lake which was quite something. The guide explained that the water seeps in from the ground so sometimes it can be quite murky depending on how much rain they’ve had. We saw the area where two rivers that run underground meet and the headed over to the main attraction ...
... by this, too, the first time I had been in France. Once dessert was done, it was nearing ten o’clock and they were getting ready to close the restaurant down. We had been in there savouring our meals for nearly two hours. We were all stuffed and were very glad that the campsite was only a few minutes away as we waddled back to camp. It had been an epic day of fine French food, great views and excellent company - one that was going to be hard to top.
... sun to come out from behind the mountains and warm up the valley. I wasn't quite sure what to expect on this ride after my epic ride up Telegraph and Galibier. I was definitely nervous about running out of steam so I had made sure to carbo-load the previous night and ate a hearty breakfast this morning. I got my usual iso-tonic drink tablet (tasted something similar to grapefruit) from Rod & Tan, stuffed a few gels and bars into my jersey back-pocket and headed out. ...
... also made a kind of apricot nectar sauce so we were all set!
After brunch we wandered in to town to get a café and hide out from the downpour. Mägge ordered a café grappa which they didn’t have, but instead the bartender put something else in and said “bon courage” as he handed it over. Afterwards, we wandered through town for a while and checked out some shops – we found a particularly lovely hat/toque thing that sort ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed