Au Coeur de Megeve
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... of the best parts were being able to view the solar eclipse on The Alps 12000 feet above ground. This can not really be described, I am thankful as many people do not get to say they had the opportunity of doing this. In the beggining it was really cold and a bit difficult to breathe. Shortly after adjusting to the climate it got much better. After enjoying our time on top we went to the cable car and to ...
... and shake it for three minutes. Well I decided I would try it but when I opened up the drink it was cold chocolate water. I decided that I would not drink it and threw it away.
On to buying socks
I went to the store at it was so cute. It has some awesome souvenirs. I went to go get socks. The only had kids sizes and men sizes so I decided to get the kid size. When I put on the socks the were a little tight,but that was also keeping ...
... uniforms too that were really cute.
When we were finish with dinner it was time to go back to the hotel and to pass the hookers once more. Even though we were by hookers I did not seem unsafe because I was with a large group of friends that I felt would protect me.
When we got back to the hotel it was time for me to go to sleep and to start backing my bags. I hung out with some friends before bed, but then I got really tired so I took off my make up and went to sleep.
Today is the
second last day of my holiday so I felt I should do a heavy hike as it is to be
my last one. I’m now in a hotel in Megeve, a fairly upmarket village
particularly in the ski season about 30 kms from Chamonix. It is also only an
hour’s drive from Geneva which makes the return of my rental car on Sunday
prior to joining my flight home that much easier.
As all the
... have liked.
The Reformation Wall has Europe’s most renowned Protestant reformers carved into it as giant statues - John Calvin, Guillaume Farel, Théodore de Bèze and John Knox in the centre.
I then returned to the Old Town - the steep way, which was the only way form where I was, and sat down to enjoy some coffee. I began to work my way back towards the town centre, and could see the top of Jet d’Eau in the distance, so wandered down to the lakeside again to ...