Auberge des Chasseurs
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Maurice to say goodbye for the last time, to some of the people we got to know there in the first quarter of this year. We called in on Mme. Radault, our personal banker at CIC, and then popped down to Polaire Ski to see Gordon & Rosie, but as there has been so little snow so far this season, absolutely nothing was open. Their ski shop, the funiculaire, the ski pass window etc etc were ...
... to take this and a delightful chocolate éclair in we continued our walk.
Next stop was the St Pierre Cathedral which was surprisingly deserted to what we had come to expect in Europe. From the Cathedral our stroll continued back down towards the lake where we checked the time and took a few snaps at the very popular if not abstract flower clock and finally spied the Geneva Water Fountain or Jet d’Eau shooting skywards.
... in the world and one of Lausanne's prime tourist attractions. The museum draws more than 250,000 visitors each year. The Olympic Museum and the Olympic Park (sculpture garden between the museum and the Lake Leman) are located at Ouchy. The headquarters of the International Olympic Committee are located at Vidy (to the west of Ouchy).
After a very long day, we headed back to Valdahon, France. When we arrived it was really late, we had dinner and went to bed. ...
After a mad, intense week of dummy-boothing I had a week to myself in the glorious Gex to get on with admin, finalising the flat and arranging rent payments, and applying for every job under the sun. There is just so much to keep up with! I ...
Woke up the news the old man had decided to conquer his fear of driving in Europe (and more importantly to not have to catch a train with all the camping kit again) and try to hire a car. No chance we thought, not in St Claude, let alone France, certainly not on a Sunday! We had already banked on the supermarkets not being open.
Nevertheless we faithfully headed off to where we'd seen a Hertz franchise sign the night before, on the ...