Hotel Novotel Annecy Centre Atria
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning was an early start (6 AM) to catch the TGV train to Geneva. We had to take the metro to Paris Lyon, where we bought lunch for on the train, and then caught it to Switzerland. It was a bit slower than the Eurostar and took around 4:30. Otherwise it all went smoothly though. Once in Geneva, we caught the tram to CERN, the end of the line, and were slowly transferred ...
Woke up to another beautiful day. Hotel Pavillon had been excellent and a great place to relax for the night. Dinner was a 5 course meal with great wine to celebrate harriet's birthday. See the picture from our room window. It is going to be very difficult leaving here to get on the path again. Such a quaint and modern town. Next stop Lavachey, still in Italy but just a small hamlet. -- ...
We started in Chamonix and took a crowded cable car up the mountain. After a while of hiking on relatively flat surface we crossed a rope bridge underneath a glacier. It was very pretty standing in the middle of the bridge looking over the water, one of the highlights of the day. After this we started a long, seemingly endless trek uphill. At the top we ate lunch looking out over the beautiful view. Next, we started ...
... and Maude. Claire's dad was away in Poland on business. After dinner, Carole drove us back into old Annecy for an ice cream and a stroll on the magnificently lit narrow town streets. Annecy was breathtaking at night! To get home, Carole drove a maze of horse-drawn carriage narrow streets, sometimes inching through passageways and cobbled alley ways. This was a great way to see the old town! Once back in Seynod we collapsed into the campervan for a great night's ...
... away from the hotel that I though I'd could get into no problem. With Joe making sure I didn't scrape the cars on either side or the one across the narrow road, I got in and breathed a sigh of relief and gave myself a pat on the back. The question would be whether I'd be able to get out!! We loaded up our packs and headed to the hotel. When we checked in, the lady that had told us about the street parking earlier handed us a key for our booked parking ...