Quality Hotel Le Cervolan Chambery - Voglans
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Hot tub
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... she ate noodles in apartment) Walked across the Kapellbrucke-Chapel Bridge and along the River Ruess; Many swans & ducks Dinner at La Barca Vincafe --- Meg had pork meatballs with mashed potatoes, Bill had potatoe gnocchi, Karin had cream of potatoe soup. Bill had an Eichhof Blonde beer Back to the hotel at 9:30pm Karin did a load of laundry (F 6.00) To bed at ...
... in the daylight!! We had directions from the owners, Pam and Glyn, and they were seriously impressed that we made it in the dark. A multitude of wrong ways and turning back and going round roundabouts a few times and reading signs in the dark occurred on the way, so if you want I can explain when I get home!! After our seriously traumatic adventure, bed couldn't have come any ...
... in a large, fresh pile of cow poop along the trail. Back to the hotel at 6:15pm Dinner at La Salle des Gardes --- Bill, Karin & Jess shared Raclette (melted cheese with potatoes, various lunchmeats, bread; Meg had spaghetti bolognase; Bill had a large Warsteiner beer (€76.80) Ice cream (€15) Walked up to the castle in town Back to hotel at 9:40pm Everyone to bed at ...
... Had to pay tolls --- €44 at first toll booth, €7.40 at second (€51.40) Arrived at Privilodges Le Royal in Annecy at 6pm --- Room 102 Walked around town & to the lake Dinner at L'Eridan along the river in town --- Jess had Forestiere (pizza with creme sauce, mushrooms & chicken), Meg had Escalope Milanese (breaded veal with spaghetti & salad), Karin ...
... francais and then point, can I have that?
The markets are a great set up all around the river operating on Fridays and Saturday I think.
We purchased some great fruit priced cheaply and some Salami, sheep bree and a crusty French baguette, we scoffed that down later for lunch.
Bagged my first Col the De La Forclaz and I was hurting, I hope it was jet lag hangover as I struggled up the beast of a climb, only cat one but long stretches of 10+ %.
On top is ...