Au Coeur de Megeve
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... version, has only 13k's on the clock when we picked it up. Back to Chamonix and we popped down to watch the Climbing World Cup. We were drinking a beer, sitting in the square and life was pretty grand. Check out the guy hanging on the Zlagboard. This was attracting all the macho-men. We returned after dinner went to watch the final. Who would have thought climbing would have been so exhilarating. Birthday in the Family tomorrow. ...
... t as jaw dropping gorgeous as many of the other days but there were several nice views. Tomorrow is the last pass on our journey and will drop is back into France. My legs and feet are sore and tired today! Hopefully they can muster one more pass! Julie is tough and is going strong. We have four more hiking days and then a few days to relax in Chamonix before heading ...
... to green this was something I think the U.S. should do so people aren't jumping at the chance the light turns green and they can know when it is appropriate for them to turn. On the way to the factory we were shown the gardens, the WTO and everything seemed to be very up to date and very clean. Even only being in the city for a couple of hours we were already starting to feel more comfortable there than we were in Lyon, possibly since it is a very popular tourist destination and ...
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
... but the tickets we purchased would only get us that far. We knew that the hotel was about a mile from the border so we figured a taxi would be possible.
We found our train and listened to the violinist and pianist play on our way to the border. This was the second time that there was live music on a metro we had been on. The first was a group of men playing the accordions on the trains in Paris. This was nice until they come around asking for ...