Hotel Novotel Annecy Centre Atria
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... aka the squat kind - and they have syringe dispensers in all public restrooms so that their drug addict population does not get AIDS. Interesting Public Health combination. On Saturday I took it easy and just went to the Museum of Art and History, which had an extensive archaeology exhibit (which I loved), and then treated myself to un pain au chocolat, my first since being here!
This past week was filled with more ...
... We then called by Lance and Delores, our neighbours in Le Grande Rue, and they too weren't about, presumably still in the UK because of the weather, or perhaps they don't make the migration to the snow until after Christmas. We then tried to get a table for lunch and two of our favourite spots were fully booked, I can only think by all the people who had planned to be skiing this week and ...
... stuff we wandered down to the waterfront and through the old town a bit. What a beautiful town and we can't wait to explore more tomorrow. Unfortunately I started to feel really ****** from non sleep I think and so we went back to the hotel and while I lied down hubby took advantage of the free Wifi. When I woke up about four hours later feeling much better hubby was asleep beside me. I accidentally woke him while trying to get a snack but he ...
Only miles away from the Swiss border, we thought some research might be in order since some English people we had met the day before said they don't go there because of the tolls. While it should be possible to avoid the national roads, all their other fines for misdemeanours (like being 1km over the speed limit), for which they can chase you through the NZ court system, and confiscation of satnavs if they have a speed camera alert on them, just meant it would be ...
... originally French. i.e. burrito is a borrowed word in American English). 3) In this same discussion mentioned in point #1, we also discovered that "brownie" is technically a french word. There was quite a discussion on the pronunciation of this word because the "w" sound is nonexistent in the French phonetic alphabet. No pronunciation was offered on wordreference.com. We concluded that it must be something like "bruhnee," but of course with the French r. 4) More on the ...