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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlexandra Hotel Annecy
This is an excellent hotel, right in the center of town and only a short walk from the old section of town. Our room was decorated nicely, very clean and even had a small balcony overlooking the bustling street. The breakfast nook is tastefully decorated, has great food and the staff were all very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone wanting to visit Annecy--which by the way, is a wonderful town!
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Joe: Today would turn out to be a big day for me because we were going to drive to Annecy just south of the Geneva and we would be traveling through the French Alps and more importantly......Alpe D'Huez. For the non cyclist readers, this is often a pivotal stage in the Tour De France and 21 hairpin turns along its 8.3 mile length are each …
... be him with everyone in black wetsuits and white swimming hats it's difficult to spot anyone, So we dash to the swim exit and 16 minutes later he runs up the ramp well up in his group. Now three laps of the bike course he acknowledges his support crew's cheers, five noisey supporters with Union Jack waving , no wonder he is going well. On to the run its now a breeze for Graham who runs past the faster cyclists into the home straight . 2nd GB 9th ...
... stocked. We returned to Geneva in the afternoon by which time the roads had been shut so an enormous traffic jam made it slow progress but eventually we parked the car and Graham racked his bike and went for a practice swim. The enormous GB team gathered for the parade and we managed to meet up with Simon and Elly having successfully completed their 12 day cycle down the Rhine to Basel and getting the train to Geneva. ...
... down to the cave. We Arrived to find that the cable car was not working for a moment. So after 20 mins of moments we decided to walk down. As we descended we hoped that it would be fixed by the time we returned!
Eventually arrived at the start of the 300 step descent to the cave to be told that it was closed as the lights had gone out! I did think -"Have they heard of torches?" -however thought that maybe someone was trying to tell us something. Luckily ...
Fair warning: This post is going to be a little bit longer because several exciting (to me, at least) things happened this week!
First and foremost, I had my interview for my internship on Tuesday. I didn't think that it went that well, and was kind of jittery about it afterwards, but then I got an email on Wednesday offering me the position and telling me that they would see me on March 2nd, so I'm officially in! I'll be working ...