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... plans for us and jetted to a friend at the group sales counter who had instant passes for us. This allowed us to spend time in the mountains as opposed to sweating on the ground.
The first lift took us to an intermediate stop, where we quickly lined up to board another lift that would take us all the way to Aguille du Midi and a height of 12,602 feet above sea level. All four of us felt dizzy and lightheaded ...
... hours we had a baguette, then walked 1hr down the mountain back to camp. In the afternoon we went to Chamonix and booked a guided tour for some hiking and mixed climbing up at Aiguille du Midi tomorrow morning. So excited!! We hired our gear, bought the most delicious pastry, met our guide, then took the bus back to camp. An awesome ...
... out where we were right away. We walked through the "red light district," saw the UN, visited the big train station, and saw part of the Old City. Luckily, my team (it was broken up by floor), tied for the prize, which was a GIANT bar of Toblerone.
Those of us who are in the "Politics, Nations and Identities: Switzerland and the EU" course started class on Wednesday. Our professor is Dr. Peters, a world-traveled, spunky lady originally from East Germany. The ...
Day minus 207: Geneva to French Alps
So......... the first blog entry starts on the first cycling day of the Alpine Raid, a holiday with 6 days of cycling taking us from Geneva, through the Alps and finishing in Antibes in the French Riviera.
An awesome challenge with climbs reaching altitudes 5 times higher than anything I'd done before in the UK. Sadly things didn't go to plan ...
... a food tour of Geneva which we paired with regional wines. The best croissants & pain au chocolats to start off the day, truffle dishes, steak & fries and more fondue (between 5 of us, there must've been a kilo and a half of gruyere cheese in the pot!). Whilst it snowed outside, what better way to spend the day by hibernating in a cosy cafe sampling the many homemade delights of chocolates, cakes & macaroons. It was an unfamiliar sight to see the Swiss bring ...