Residhome Appart Hotel Caserne de Bonne
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... I found an amazing museum housing thousands of works of art from ancient Greek and Egyptian artifacts to Picasso, Chagall, and modern day multi-media installations. The Grenoble Museum is HUGE! ...only $5 euro to enter.. and great way to spend the afternoon.
Then last evening I had the most amazing French meal of my life:
Pavé de ...
... tart, apple tart and piece of dense cake which they then had to cycle with! I had stopped at the top of a hill and Dad rode up saying that he had carried the tart in his hand for quite a ways so as not to squish it, but then looked up at the hill and decided to fold it up carefully in his back pocket. Somehow it still arrived intact and we all enjoyed a sample of each partway along the ride. Afterwards, they continued on and I met up with them one more time before ...
... and it was very tasty. For dessert, I chose the coconut cake served with a runny vanilla custard which rounded off the meal. For their main course, Megs had had a really tasty ravioli in a runny cream sauce (the ravioli is produced locally in a factory just outside of town) and Tanya had some kind of fish. As we were having dessert, Tanya spotted a cat in the restaurant and was quite surprised that they would allow animals in a restaurant. I remember having ...
... a headwind. The wind was blowing so hard (maybe 20-30 km/hr) that even standing up and pedaling, I was moving very slowly. I was pushing really hard at this point and it almost felt as hard as some of the steepest parts of the Alpe d’Huez climb, if not harder. Luckily, it was only a few kilometers to the pass. We didn’t linger long at the top because the cool wind was cutting right through all our layers. Getting on our bikes again, we continued heading down ...
... cow cut out and later a horse so we knew the Tour had come through at some point. The polka-dot jersey is for the king of the mountain. Next to the wooden cut-out of the cow, Anoop also spotted a mini-lift that had milk containers on it. From what it looked like, the lift was used to carry milk cans from the roadside up to the mountains somewhere. We went through a couple of ski resorts that were empty looking except for a few locals and continued on up to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking