Monthly Archives: August 2013
The next morning I got up nice and early, and walked down stairs at the Hotel Stella, where the same gentleman that opened the doors for me the night before at around 12am was still working the front desk at 6am. I had brought down my luggage, just needing to “lug” it up to the … Continue reading
;The last day of 2013 Tour de France, and it ends at night, with laps around the Arch de Triomphe!
6am starting time. Man I’m glad I got used to riding early in the morning this summer, because I’d normally be a bear to get up at this time of the morning. Also cheers for French Coffee, even if it’s filtered. So much better than the stupid K-Cups, though the Java Shack is pretty good … Continue reading
Bright and early like clockwork we are, breakfast and on the road we go, today back down to the foot of Alpe d’Huez, to take in a stage Depart, and then to ride the Col du Glandon, chasing (slowly) the peleton.