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Travel Blogs from Chambéry
... even have that?
There are a lot of toll highways
At breakfast you get a bowl and must decide if you want to use it for coffee or for cereal....I took 2 bowls anyways
The coffee and bread continue to be delicious
New French words:
câlin = cuddly (there was a lengthy discussion on cats)
amerissage = landing over water
arobase = at sign (@)
Zoé (yep, I've gone French)
... number 2, by the Satnav this time...it should have been avoiding toll roads but it took me into a tunnel that runs under a section of the Alps...a 12.5 kilometre tunnel that cost me 27 Euros to get through.....
It was also very hot in there,38 degrees at one point. Imagine a sauna with diesel fumes and you'll understand..
Check out the bunker that's subsided, you can get inside it but when you do....because it's still the ...
... rain and had a wander around. Had hot chocolate and an icecream sundae in a shop that had been serving icecream since 1806. The old town is built around a central canal that takes the water from the lake to the valley behind. The intricate system in place to prevent flooding but also ensure that the canal is always full was very interesting to see. Just the small amount of rain we'd had that day saw the canal flowing very quickly and it made an wonderful sound. In the ...
Got up and had breakfast in hotel. Bread toast orange coffee. Lovely breakfast. Drove through beautiful mountains to Grenoble and then onto Annecy. Got hotel Best Western. Lovely room. Bought milk in Spar and food in garage. . Went for walk to old town. Had creeps. Cold Walked and sat by lake. Back to hotel. Lovely ...
... s obviously a for bit of poverty but its also full of interesting little nooks. Anyway, out the other side of the city and heading for the mountains. It wasn't that far so we googled 'things to do on the way' and found a beautiful little medieval town to stop off at. Perouges was built as a replica of Perugia in Italy by some French nobleman returning from the city. On a smaller scale, it had lots of similarities. Spelt differently, they are said the same. There were a couple ...