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My proposed route will take me from Corps to Le Pont-de-Claix on the N85 Route Napoleon where I will join the autoroute to Voiron, avoiding Grenoble city.
Then onto the D1075 to Les Abrets, Morestel, Amberiue-en-Bugay, and Bourg-en-Bresse. Then back onto the autoroute for a blast to Dijon, Nancy, Metz, and into Luxembourg where I will pick up the main highway through Belgium ...
... Eldon thought the zucchini had maple syrup in it. He loved it but isn't one to be crazy of maple syrup. The duck was delicious, some of the best we have ever had; it was cooked really nice.
We then had a bowl of sweet red fruits and a little cream for dessert. Our friend ordered us an after dinner drink that was really good but loaded with alcohol. We got to be around 9:30. I slept like a baby.
... to Ornans (not far from Besancon). We are in the area called the Doubs (after the river of the same name which we crossed earlier in the day). Fairly typical of this area; about 10 miles back up the road we were one minute on a fairly ordinary road and then suddenly we dropped into the most spectacular limestone gorge with huge cliffs towering above us and the river deep below. 113km on the clock for the ...
... time to choose a spot to try out the sought after tete au veau...still unsure, wonder what would it be? Almost every restaurant had the 'menu unique pour lundi marche' (Mon market special menu), which announced tete au veau was served, yay! We found a tavern packed with locals (always a good sign) and I, bien sūr, ordered it, along with the recommended chilled Aligote white wine, D opted for ...
... when you're stuck halfway up a mountain in the French Alps, with the road quickly dwindling to a cattle track, you need to be able to swear at something and just swearing into the ether just doesn't help! Regardless of her name, though, she told us to leave the freeway and then went haywire. Every now and then, she would get a bit of a signal and we were able to read a few names of her route map. Then we followed the road signs. A ...