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... is where the hikes I’ve done in
this region are different and for me less enjoyable than those of Switzerland. I
don’t enjoy heavy climbs without any scenery other than trees. Most of my climbs
in Switzerland were accompanied by spectacular scenery which provides immediate
reward for the effort. The good scenery today and last Monday didn’t start
until at least an hour of very heavy slogging ...
My word things have been happening. So many things.
I'll begin with the last day in Bruges as it is brief - I climbed a five hundred year old bell tower whilst hungover after drinking multiple 12% beers. Got some choice photos of it though so worth it for sure.
My next move was to Noordwijk via Leiden by train. My dutch friend Rene and his partner Sharon welcomed me into their home (which has just been built & was flash as!) for ...
...to buy my return ticket home.
Due to a variety of different reasons and circumstances, some positive and some not-so-positive, I will be returning home to the USA on November 19, 2014. I bought my ticket today and although it is about 1.5 months sooner than I anticipated returning, this is the very reason I didn't buy the return ticket in advance. You just never know. ...
... bike ride up to the town of Duingt. The route runs mostly along the lake, is very flat and well marked. After lunch at a sandwich shop (on great French bread) in Duingt, we rode back to Annecy. We got back to Annecy just in time to return the bikes and hop on a 1 hour boat tour on the lake.
Returning back at the hotel around 5, we enjoyed some wine and other goodies on ...
... European breakfast of cereal, meats, cheeses and bread, I got everything ready and departed by 9:30am. Connie planned to leave an hour or two later and meet me at the top. My first 25km was back up the hill we came down to get to our hotel, 3km of 5% grade followed by a nice downhill into the town of Cluses. On my way through town I noticed a vegetable and fruit stand so I stopped to pick up a couple of bananas. A short distance later I commenced my ...