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Travel Blogs from Grenoble
... bread, cheese and sausage and had a picnic on top of the Col du Lautaret.
We then drove across the Alps again this time via Galibier and the Telegraphe where Mich pulled the pin on driving after seeing tyre tracks that lead over the edge of the narrow road.
More on Galibier tomorrow as I ride it in the opposite direction on the classic Telegraphe/Galibier 35km climb.
I have been guaranteed the bad weather is over, please be true.
In the hope of getting out of the bad weather of Les Deux Alpes, we headed for our next stop near Lac De Paladru, unfortunately we didn't, if anything the weather was worse with almost constant rain for the 2days we stayed, we were still recovering from our bugs so we again spent most of our time in the van..
We took a couple of walks out in between the showers so again not much to report here....
Just a pin in the map!
... and the air was warmer than the air outside and as I emerged from one of them the rain had stopped and I hit an uphill climb. I have never been so happy to hit a hill where I would be going a bit slower and building up some body heat with the exertion of peddling, but it didn't last as the road began to descend again until I arrived at the base of Alp D'Huez. The weather here was much better as the rain had cleared and the ...
... or so we were overtaking all the cycles, we climbed with them to 8500 ft, then descended with them the other side, the problem is we were marginally quicker than them on the uphill but alot of them were quicker than us on some of the down hills! Of our 45 miles, we were with them for 40!! but we got there slowly!
The both of us ...
... wouldn't eat train food, and came here."
I have to add, traveling gives you pristine common sense... maybe I've just been lacking it. Who knows.
After giving me directions to his apartment (and drawing a map because of my handicapped sense of direction), he gave me his keys and told me he'd be home later that night. Grateful and happy, I found my way to his apartment, a beautiful cozy thing with a balcony and breathtaking view of the alps.