Residhome Appart Hotel Caserne de Bonne
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... which draws water from 27m from the lake for the local drinking water, as well as numerous villages surrounding the lake. Little harbours were dotted with speed boats, with the sail club on the west coast. The eastern side was dominated by wonderful chateaus of the rich of France, along with a chateau or two all surrounded by mountains and forests. The important reeds, breading grounds for fish and bird life, were located on the ...
... and productive. No space here is wasted. We choose a 25 mile circuit to ride here in La Region du Varcors. It takes us up 5,200 odd feet over three Cols. The Col du la Croix, Col du Pionnier (Pourtette) to the final Col du la Machine at 5,220 ft just before our destination. The Combe Laval Gorge. Do not pass by this natural rocky phenomenon. My word don't miss this surprise. Go and ride it or if you have to drive it. It's a ...
... rain above. The 10km climb up to about 2000m rewarded us with the most stunning views of snow crowned peaks pushing into the clouds, Charolaise cattle with bells tinkling, sweeping valley vista an old stone spire church and clusters of multi hued lupins to top it off.
Thinking the day couldn't get better, we pushed on to this town of Vizille and spotted a chateau on the hill complete with a blue neon Hotel sign. With some trepidation, we drove up a ...
We are slowly wandering South. The aires in Savoie are not wonderful. Some are just scraps of land where the commune has put a Borne for which you have to buy tokens or taped off the electric points. We left Challes and drove just 30 km to La Cheylas. Reasonable aire, but noisy. Trains about half a mile away across a field and right next to a busy road. We only stayed for a night. Now we are at a campsite right on a lake. To get to it, we have come through ...
... where we wanted to be (had been given a walking tour map by our Canadian friends) but not where we were. The bus driver aimed to be helpful but couldn't read the map. Another girl who didn't live in the area stopped and tried to help (how often does that happen – when you ask someone, they have just arrived in town themselves or live in another place?)
So we went inside and asked at the ticket counter where the guy immediately marked the map and we were off and running. I ...