Les Loges du Park
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... scallope gratin with frites and a green salad. We had a bottle of Savoie Mondeuse, a lighter red wine that neither of us had tried until today. It went very nicely with the meal. This is day 3 and that was bottle 3 so we might need to turn it down just a bit!
We skipped coffee and had an ice cream from the guy that recommended the restaurant to Stephne and then a circuitous walk back to the hotel where we're turning in for the evening.
We have now returned to Rochefort after a very busy, enjoyable and hectic 6 weeks at home with all the preparations for Sophie and Chris's wedding, but, what a wedding it was, all went to plan. It was a most fantastic, wonderful day and weekend, we have so many happy memories that we will never forget, Sophie looked so beautiful in her dress brought tears to our eyes and of course Chris looked very handsome in his suit. In fact everyone, friends ...
... orange slugs that were everywhere on the lower slope of the climb. I wish I had stopped to take a photo, these things were just so brilliant cadmium orange coloured.
Anyway, enough of the sideshow and back to the ride. It was a fairly hard grind to the top of Col du Rev Head...I mean Revard. I rode into the mist at the 10km mark and the rain started just after I reached the top. Nobody there to help me with the camera so a selfie was all ...
... the little Colombian (Quintana) win the TdF stage.
PS. We are running out of red......we had 2 dozen reds when we finished on the Canal du Midi. What's more we also had a stack of white wine and champagne. All the good white and champers is gone.
PS2. Phil was lamenting today that tackling Alpe d'Huez and then Col de la Forclaz after 3 weeks of red wine, cheese and sauccisson sec contributing +5kg to the body weight is not a good training regimen. ...