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... to be able to relive again in life. The Alps were beautiful and our friends made it even better. The cable car was interesting and somewhat wobbly. We stopped at the middle of the mountain and took pictures while observing the view. I have to say that the selfie stick surprisingly went a long way here. Following a few of us went to the cable cart and to the top. The views got even better and were again astonishingly ...
... br> When I got on the bus I feel asleep. When I woke up it was another amazing view.
I saw the Alps and it was an amazing view.
We had crossed back over to France at this point, so we were on the French side of the Alps.
As we drived around the mountains my ear presure kept going in and out.
We stopped in a small village Chamonix.
It was the cutest little village town. As we walked to the cable, there were alot of ...
... grab food to eat for breakfast. Then walked downstairs to go to the lobby.
We walked to the bus which was parked outside the hotel. When I got on the bus I quickly ate the breakfast I picked up for myself. The drive to the World Trade Center was very short. When we got to the trade center we had to go through sercurity. We also had to show our passport in exchange for an id. Once we got in the gate we had to wait for our tour guide who was running late.
... Together Each Acheives More, and this has been an amazing journey on our bikes together. Doing these distances in all sorts of weather conditions, its not always easy, you have different energy levels, food needs and pee stops ha haa, but we did this together and I will cherish these memories for the rest of my life, it felt surreal lying on the grass in the beautiful mountain, lake city of Annecy a place we both loved and said we would come ...
Today we left Berne and Switzerland behind (don't ask me if there were any tears) and we headed over the border into France with an end destination of Angers to meet the saints there. We didn't realise how far away it was as we had gotten used to our destinations being quite close together, so rather than making the journey in one long day, we decided to do it over two days and set a more leisurely pace. Zsuzsa recommended we visit a little town called Annecy just over the border ...