Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence L'Ecrin des Neiges
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A short walk into town to get supplies and check out the gear shops...disappointed on bike hire prices so decided to stick to a bike with a motor, it's tricky mixing the two... Nanno nap and after a refreshing shower felt like a ride - so up the mountain we went. It was quite late and the sun was setting - providing amazing panoramic views of the surrounding mountains... Rode through the town of Alp D'Huez looking for photo opportunities. Went into one gear shop that had 50% off (surely ...
Sometimes the sat nav takes one on new roads that you would simply not have ridden on - that was my story for today. A good nights sleep at the Hotel de Luxembourg and we set off. Only just over 350 km so will be an easy steady days ride. Stopping in Chaudeyrac to loom at the local church as I was in a steady stream of traffic going at a difficult pace with a few ...
... We have to be up and out by 7:00 tomorrow, and I wanted to make sure we get a good meal in. They had a community pilgrim meal that randomly placed you with 6 travelers. It was awesome and reminded me of eating at dinner on a cruise ship, but Nic quickly reminded me she wouldn't have to walk 17 miles uphill on a cruise! LOL! I am absolutely loving meeting all these people. I can't wait to see what tomorrow brings! Buen Camino! Hardest day ...
... Jean Baptiste Perceval, great grandfather of the family founded in 1910 operating at the heart of the largest of Savoy and vineyards on the slopes of the Combe de Savoie. The area of old press is east of Chambery between the Regional Natural Park of Chartreuse and the bauges, in the municipality of "Marche" in Savoy. Pascal, manager of the company buys grape juice "in bulk" to ...
... a lot of time today look at the map we had trying work out which way to go its signposted but quite confusing for us kiwi's. We get onto a small road and then we come across a wine cave called "PASCAL PERCEVAL" - needless to say that Rod and Pascal got so excited, we have to stop, we have to taste the wine of my distant fore fathers - oh ok then I say. The wine maker was really friendly ...