Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Les Terrasses d'Eos
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... an altitude of 2,802 m (9,193 ft), but this is not a "pass", but merely a scenic loop. It is, however, the highest asphalted road in France and is the highest through road in Europe.
Again, after being geographically challenged, well to be fair not going on far enough to find the next turn point, we have found ourselves in the village of Isola.
We have managed to get into a cabin in the campsite, ...
... area. If I'm honest, it looked like some of the bleakest parts of the Rhondda valley. Dark, grimy, houses just like in South Wales. But in between, glorious glimpses of the bluest lakes within deep gorges. The weather has been disappointing, but we can't hope to have wall to wall sunshine. It snowed last night on the tops of the mountains, and around the lake, the snow line is very low. It is forecast for tonight! The wind is great for the sailors and ...
... when everyone starts streaming their video.
It's a national holiday, today, Thursday and most shops closed so we had a barbie with our iron rations from freezer.
At Reception, we met a Canadian couple, Brenda & Alan from Halifax N.S. who seem to travel round Europe each year and will do it more once retired. They said it was quicker & cheaper for them to come to Europe than go to Vancouver! They have also been to NZ, OZ, UK, Sweden, Germany, CZ, Pl, IE etc etc so ...
I spent only a few days in my family in the Alps, but it was absolutely fabulous!
When family and really good friends meet after not seeing each other for years, it feels so natural, like nothing has changed, we are just together, now, period.
So, I did enjoy our time together, then, period. No Internet, no phone, no pictures. It was our time together and we loved every minute of it.
What's needs to be noted though, is that my European ...
We stopped off at Besancon this morning to admire this UNESCO World Heritage Centre. All very beautiful and historic. We arrived just south of Grenoble to camp for night in the pouring rain. Our brief assessment of Grenoble on a miserable rainy Sunday night is that it looks like a bit of a ...