Travel Blogs from Albertville
The inevitable homesickness has started to make its way into view. I knew this would happen as I settled down and the excitement of being in Europe wears off. Its still no fun no matter how much you prepare for it. So, to try to bat it off... I cleaned! I cleaned for a few hours and then when Marko got home from school he could tell I wasn't feeling my normal happy self.
So after a few minutes of wallowing, I realized I had to do something about it because I ...
... myself and realize that if I intend to share my life with someone else, I need to find someone who respects this about me and shares the same value. I'm finding that consistently being around people who are "go, go, go" kind of stresses me out.
I'm also finding how well I do with less. I brought very little with me on this trip and am finding that it works. It helps that thanks to technology, so much can be stored ...
... day making up for the not so brilliant yesterday. We also spotted at he side of us and a few doors down 2 campers very similar to ours, our neighbour from Ireland and the other from Wales. We decided last night to head to Luxembourg via a quick stop on the German border to 'Saarbruken' where a film 'A bridge to far' was made somewhere in the area about Germans attempting to blow up the bridges crossing over the River Rhine. Rich wasn't exactly sure the location and the ...
... nice to finally unpack and put the suitcase away! Marie-Ange and Lionel have been so generous, preparing everything I could possibly need and more. I am so thankful for their hospitality and to be able to stay here with them while I learn French!
Marie-Ange is a professional opera mezzo-soprano, what they call a grande chanteuse in France. Throughout most of September and October she will be out of town for rehearsals and performances. She arrived ...
... for a while with a cool drink at the chalet before heading back town in the cable car. Getting later into the afternoon by now, so thoughts and discussion turning towards what to do for dinner. I haven’t been overly inspired by local restaurant options (lots of fondue, tartiflette), so Mitch came up with fantastic do-it-ourselves option (spaetzle from the shop, cooked up with bacon, onion, cheese and crème fraiche – all ...
Other places to stay in Albertville
85 Chemin du Pont Albertin, Albertville | 3 star hotelfrom $133
38 et 40, avenue Victor Hugo, Albertville | Hotelfrom $96
Rue de la Combe de Savoie, Albertville | Hotelfrom $47
21-23 Avenue Jean Jaures, Albertville | Hotelfrom $87
8 Place De La Liberte, Albertville | Hotelfrom $195
780 Chemin des Trois Poiriers, Albertville | Hotelfrom $51
1 Chemin de la Pierre du Roy, Albertville | Hotelfrom $90
Sainte-Helene-Sur-Isere, Albertville | Hotelfrom $82