Hotel Susa & Stazione
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Tonight we are dining in the Chops Grille for my birthday. They claim the best steak on the high seas. We have much more motion on this crossing than we did last year in the Pacific. They have drained and closed the pools until we get to some calmer waters. They have also made some subtle changes in the entertainment because of the increased motion.
So, we hope all are well and we will get back to you when better conditions permit. ...
Bar Gritty, opposite station, 2.30pm
I have just driven through the Fréjus tunnel from Modane, France to Bardonecchia, Italy. Coming out of the tunnel and seeing the buildings you are in no doubt that you're in a different country. I'm not sure what it is – the size of them, the style of roofs, or the windows – but they’re definitely different from French. I guess with the mountains ...
... s probably a mayoral exchange that in fact Slough is the 36th growing city - anyway they can slog it out between them. I am feeling rather distressed about my choice of hotel and the fact that it is a long way from anything of note to visit in the short time that we have here, so give the decision over to Pete as to where we have breakfast. By this time it's 10.30 so perhaps brunch is more likely. He chooses a little cafe - in fact the first one we come to because the food ...
We left a sunny and calm Riomaggiore on time and without any fuss (apart from my iPhone needing retrieval from our locked apartment). My only frustration was that the ferry service was running for the first time during out stay and we missed our chance for an offshore view of 5T. From La Spezia, we set off with all our satnav technology tuned for a quick exit - however after a single ...
Any word beginning with col is henceforth banned from my vocabulary. Col; colonoscopy; anyone called Colin...
Today I've been up too many cols to count.
Post Alpe d'Huez I was hoping for a gentle ride but this stage was the toughest yet. An Alpine tunnel had collapsed which meant a detour by bus into unchartered territory. No map sheet - just 101k with 2,200m of climbing. The early rain passed and off ...