Hotel Alpha

Address: 49 rue du Parmelan, Annecy, Haute-Savoie, Rhône-Alpes, 74330, France | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Annecy

Lunch with an old friend

A travel blog entry by daniel.swiss on Jun 10, 2015

Today I had lunch with an old friend of mine, one of the last people I still know at my first employer. We remembered the "good old days", and we caught up with the kid's stories. I realized that his youngest is now 15; the last time I saw him, he was ...

Annecy to Lucerne

A travel blog entry by bkouvelas on Jun 10, 2015

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Woke up at 7:40am; mostly cloudy Coffee on terrace Pastries from Le Grenier a Pain Boulangerie (€8) Left Annecy at 9am Tolls €4.30 Paid for toll permit 40 francs at Swiss border Arrived in Neuchatel at 11:40am Lunch at Le Cercle National --- Feldschlossen beer, 2 pizzas (M&J had ham & mushroom, B&K had tomato & Brie) Walking tour of ...

Day13

A travel blog entry by kimjeffrey on Jun 08, 2015

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... car to head off for Domme (supposedly about 4 and a half hours). Two hours later we were still circling Lyon and the first inklings of despair had begun to settle! We eventually arrived at our gîte at La Jonquille at 11.45pm. It was a magnificent effort by all, especially with Susan and Ange's driving, and with help from the back-seat drivers! Apparently most people can't find ...

Off to see Annecy

A travel blog entry by rorison1074 on May 19, 2015

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... had her first experience using a squat toilet, I won't go into details but it was an experience - especially as she was wearing jeans. I thought I needed to go but decided I could hang on after checking them out! We headed back to our apartment just as the rain started. Annecy is a lovely spot and we all enjoyed our visit ...

Lakeside in the Alps

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Sep 20, 2014

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... the streets. Many shops had already closed, but it was obvious that "patisseries" were a staple of the community. There were plenty of shops proudly displaying their breads, jams, and macaroons. Peering into a few restaurants we settled on eating at one of the places our hotel recommended. We worked through the language barrier ordered what sounded best (it was all in French, of course). The place was small, but that didn't hinder the owners from finding a ...