Balladins Annecy/Cran Gevrier
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Although just outside Annecy centre, the hotel is ideally situated for a romantic stroll along side the canal which leads into the heart of Annecy. This is where you will find all of the canal sided bistro's and restaurants. price wise not too expensive compared to some of the places within France we have visited.
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... 7pm-5am), and ended up getting lost in the multi-level city. We eventually asked for directions, trudged through the "downpour," and made it to the train station in time to narrowly avoid hypothermia. It had gotten to be so snowy that trains out of the city were delayed, but we made it back just fine. Interestingly enough, the most interesting part of the trip was learning that the public bathrooms in Switzerland, besides Geneva, are ...
... giggled and laughed, told me not to worry, and that she would be there in ten.
I gratefully thanked the man for his help, and sat on the corner like a child waiting to be picked up from soccer practice. With tears still stinging my eyes, I sure felt like a child.
Finally she came, gave me a big hug, and introduced me to her son, Leo, who I haven't met yet. She drove me to her beautiful place, showed me to my room, told me to take a long shower, and ...
... got themselves and their bikes & luggage to our hotel (Comfort Suites in Saint-Priest, quite nice) and others jumped in a taxi after we picked up their bikes & luggage with the van. It all worked out in the end even though it took us a while to first find reverse(!) and then find the hotel.
Bike re-assembly went well on the second-floor landing at the hotel and there was plenty of space in our rooms for our bikes. After a ...
... its sprawling branches. We talked, shared stories, ate our lunch and all in all enjoyed each other’s company. When we had our fill of picnicking we took another tram to the train station and headed out on our walk. Our goal was a point in Geneva that I had been meaning to check out since I left Ottawa, yet never had the chance too. Situated a brisk forty minute walk from the train station is the Point de la Jonction – the ...
... the mountain which would use up precious vacation days, plus we had to have our rental car back before we would finish the journey. Luckily the manager at the hotel we were going to stay at told us to go toward this other town. From there we could board a train ferry which would take our car, with us inside it, thru the mountain to the other ...