Mona Lisa - Residence Cassiopee
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... street correction, we were shown the hills and not the autostrada. Later in the morning we bypassed congested Portofino and discovered Camogli, a smaller beach town further north. Another great discovery was Sacra Di San Michele, a magnificent mountain top monastery west of Torino. At the end of the day, we rolled into Briancon, a French ski resort town just over the border with ...
... talk. "Will you get a f**king move on? We will be here all f**king day". Surprisingly this doesn't increase my tempo and after some shared jovial expletives we crawl up the horrible, pebbly tarmac in snail formation. Aussies Bruce and Mick are already outside the hotel and give us a pat on the back as even they had found the day so tiring they didn't try the extra col. Richie makes it up d'Izouard. Total respect.
... resurfacing. Probably all those damned sports cars.
Our route takes us west into Italy. We pass a church high on the hill, access is gained by a footbridge over the road.
It's faster here down in the valley but we soon come upon a huge civil engineering project. It looks like a new tunnel being built. The old road is traffic light controlled and as ...
... la Bonette. We amended the route to try and gain a few extra minutes by taking a previously unknown section through another canyon. On this road, the rock suddenly changed to a dark red sandstone with many overhangs and tight bends - but very little traffic. Whilst it may have saved a couple of minutes, it certainly provided stunning scenery. The Col de la Bonette is the highest road in Europe and, perhaps surprisingly, had very ...
Sat. Sept. 5 – Our departure from San Mamete was delayed slightly due to morning rain showers, but the storm blew through, and by 8:30 we had wonderful blue skies. Our ride to the French Alps took us through numerous long tunnels – one 5.3km. We crossed over the Col Boeuf-Tremplin pass into France at the Montgenevre ski area, then wound our way down the valley, arriving at our quaint family-run hotel in Briancon at mid-day. Following lunch at ...