My reflection in the wing mirror.
We drove from Monte Carlo to Grenoble on the Route Napoleon, a spectacular road through the mountains that follows the route taken by Napoleon in 1815 as he headed for Waterloo. The 5 or 6 hour trip takes much longer than it would sticking to the autoroute but the rewards are stunning views, some of the greatest driving roads in Europe and no tolls. The fact it took much longer also meant the motorway blast from Grenoble to Lyon looked like this.
Somewhere on the A43 between Grenoble and Lyon, France.

My reflection in the wing mirror.

We drove from Monte Carlo to Grenoble on the Route Napoleon, a spectacular road through the mountains that follows the route taken by Napoleon in 1815 as he headed for Waterloo. The 5 or 6 hour trip takes much longer than it would sticking to the autoroute but the rewards are stunning views, some of the greatest driving roads in Europe and no tolls. The fact it took much longer also meant the motorway blast from Grenoble to Lyon looked like this.

Somewhere on the A43 between Grenoble and Lyon, France.