BEST WESTERN International Annecy
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We ended up getting to the hotel at about 8 PM, so didn't have time to go back into town for dinner and to see the city. It was a bit of a bugger considering we won't have time tomorrow as we are at CERN all day. Instead, we went next door to a nice Italian place. I had an awesome risotto, and many of the others got other fantastic looking pasta dishes and pizzas.
Woke up to another beautiful day. Hotel Pavillon had been excellent and a great place to relax for the night. Dinner was a 5 course meal with great wine to celebrate harriet's birthday. See the picture from our room window. It is going to be very difficult leaving here to get on the path again. Such a quaint and modern town. Next stop Lavachey, still in Italy but just a small hamlet. -- ...
... downhill descent that felt like it went on forever, 5 minutes of walking seemed like we were the same distance away from the bottom as 5 minutes before. Finally we reached the bottom at a tiny hamlet where there was a quaint little restaurant with a smelly toilet. We started an uphill journey yet again for 35 minutes. We were all very exhausted by the time we reached the top where there was another small ...
... namesake from.
The next morning we drove to Ugine, a tiny little town in the foothills of the Alps where our B&B was located. It was a beautiful drive that took us the the Massif Central range. I found the B&B we stayed at through this booking website that by now I'd started to become quite familiar with.
I'm now a huge fan of staying at these places or chambre d'hotes as they're called. They're cheaper or the same price as a ...
... t seem to locate one on the D-road, so we kept driving, on to Lyon.
We'd been driving for 13 hours, close to 1000kms and it was still raining, so with only 90kms left to Annecy, we kept driving. James did so well on this marathon road trip, effectively from the French Atlantic coast to the border with Switerland. I think he was glad to be at the end of the campervan journey. At about the same cost ...