Residence Le Christiania
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... the season. - we are supposed to be chasing the SUN!!!!!
We managed to get some French TV and the forecast for the next 2 days was for full suns and temps of 16 deg. This meant we should have a good journey through the mountains
We went to bed with hot water bottles and PJ's and hoped that our water pipes didn't ...
After breakfast I pump up the tyre to 3 bars and bid goodbye to my host, Stefan. For the solo traveller it is expensive to stay here (€59.50 for bed & breakfast) but I reckon I could be back again. Maybe next year with Mick.
The local garage is a few kilometres down the mountain, in the town Valdeblore. It appears to be a one-man operation, run by Eric. He takes about three minutes to ...
We've left Lourmarin with some sorrow, but soon perked up when we got into the Alps. It's been a perfect day, the trees are turning Autumn colours and although it's 26 degrees there's snow on the high tops. Briancon has this amazing fort built to keep the Italians out many years ago. Tomorrow we go over the mountain to Italy toward ...
... paella and rice paper rolls and pastries and bread... Anything you would ever want or need was there. I wanted to buy absolutely everything! So delicious! It was really busy, filled with all the locals buying their fresh produce for the week. It made me miss the kitchen and wish I could do a cooking class whilst I am here! I wish we had this back home! After a nice walk in the glorious sun (it's going to reach 28 here today!) we began walking home, ...
... on the mountain). Lots of costumes about, lots of picnics, the French of course were having proper lunch and wine.
In amongst all this was a whole contingent of downhill MTB riders who were making use of the ski lifts and going up and down all day. Tourists abounded of course but there were also a huge number of French clubs so lots of people who knew each other who had cycled up there . . . lots of bonhomie all day.
We found a ...