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... Renee is the slowest of our group, but is steady and always arrives at our rest spots soaked with perspiration but smiling. Today we learned that he is 72, so he's doing an outstanding job. We are on the top floor/ attic room with 12 mattresses running beside each other in a single line, reminiscent of New Zealand and Tasmania. The showers tonight weren't hot, but not cold either. John had a completely cold one as he didn't listen to the instructions. Very refreshing. We are ...
... for about 3 kms, which was heavy going, down a mainly gravelly track/ road. We arrived at a lovely little village where there was a market. Some bought coffee, some pastries. Then we headed up again, and up again and up again. The views were amazing, we walk up to cols ( like a saddle ) then down to another ridge, then up again. There is lots of snow, forests of pines, rock faces, and many little brooks and streams with icy cold water. Our ...
Love this spot. Like a little version of Venice with its little canals running through the old village, cobblestoned streets, bridges, old buildings. Beautiful. Full of tourists! Dave wants to retire here! The lake s a stunning turquoise colour, I've never seen a lake like it.
Excellent cycling through the alps. Great cycle paths set out. We hired bikes for a day, and had a great day cycling around Lake Annecy. We also did the pedal boats ...
... shop around the impressive store. It was pretty cool to see! They say a 3 Star Michelin restaurant costs at least 150-200 euros per person.... I am sorry, I could never ever justify that price for a meal! Mathew our Tauck guide has been to a 2 star and says it is totally worth it! (I'm still not convinced...)
From the cooking school we finally got back to the boat for some lunch! We ate very quickly, because ...
... the other side of the road to pass them. Anyway, all that aside, it was an extremely picturesque journey. We went over a massive bridge and, as we were so high up, the views into the valleys were outstanding. At the town itself, it seems that they have decided that inviting in tourists is a good idea. We met with some councillors who told us a little about the town (through an interpreter). There are 11 town councillors for a population of about 300 people - now that's ...