Allobroges Park Hotel
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We both woke about 8:30 feeling so much better.The blue sky had a few clouds but it looked like a wonderful day to come.We went downstairs and had breakfast from the buffet. There were so many choices. I made a boiled egg, had some baguette, lovely campari tomatoes, cheese, ham, yogurt, tea, juice etc. Hubby had a croissant and cereal and juice. …
Neither of us slept well last night or at least not long enough. It was probably after 1:30 when we finally fell asleep and than my phone rang around 3 AM because I had forgotten to turn it off and our alarm went off at 5:30 AM. We reluctantly hauled ours butts out of bed, did our last minute packing, checked out and caught the 59 bus to St. …
... as I went to both the US Mission to the UN and the World Health Organization! The program took us to the US Mission on Wednesday, and we listened to Meg Riggs, who I think is the Deputy of Public Affairs for the Mission, talk to us about diplomatic work, the difference between a Mission and bilateral diplomacy, how she balanced being a diplomat with having two kids, and her favorite projects she has taken part of. She was a very good ...
Abertville was our lunch stop today as our planned ride was 82km's a big ask through the mountains and the longest of rides to date – talk about not choosing an easy day for a long ride!!! We had a rest for an hour and then found our way to the designated greenway path that would take us all the way to Annecy to complete our goal of 1000km’s cycled in France. We thought we were in for an easy afternoon – not to be the case as it ...
... alpine scenery and saying we could pretend we were in Switzerland when we realised that we were. Mrs TomTom had decided that the best route to the next Aire was through Switzerland. So for a stressful 20 min we drove through lots of little Swiss towns that looked slightly more prosperous than France, before emerging at our Aire back in France within walking distance of the border. Haydn had his cherished stick sword stolen by a dog and was most upset when it was ...