La Cle des Champs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to see them and hug them and we were on our way to Annecy, just over the border in the lakes district of France. We had an apartment overlooking the lake, amazing views. Lots of water activities, kayaking, swimming, paddle boats, the 13century old town was awesome. I should mention at this point the pastries, latte macchiatos, crepes, and jambon and fromage baguettes....wow, oh also the icecream. The weekend we were there they had an amazing fireworks ...
... would have been great but unfortunately the commentary on board was all in French. The fact that the cruise was so nice and peaceful meant that it really didn't matter that we couldn't learn anything from the commentary.
Tomorrow, provided we can master Travis's Sat Nav system we're leaving Annecy and driving around 395 kilometre, 4 to 5 hours, bound for the Lake Como district of Italy. Our actual target is ...
We woke this morning to rain and heavy clouds mmmm the French got the weather forecast correct!! mmm what to do, lets get wet and just ride, we can have a hot shower and we have dry clothes. We had been offered to stay at Cindy's flat if it was raining but we just thought oh what the hell its not cold.
We didn't get going until 11.45am thinking it might dry up - nope it didn't. It ...
... make it back to Claire's house for dinner. Unfortunately, the street repair crews and very confusing roads of Annecy had other plans for us. I became dizzy from negotiating the many roundabouts and poor signage. We finally arrived at Claire's house once again late and frenzied. Carole was very understanding of our situation, stating that many locals are challenged with returning home when the construction changes during the day. We settled down to a wonderful meal with ...
... at times around steep cliffs and roads that only seemed as wide as one car. I approached every corner with caution wondering if a crazy Frenchmen doing 70k's was coming in the other direction. We got there safely only to find that not only was the Abbey closed, but you couldn't even get close to it as there were locked gates and high stone walls. Not a single photo of the Abbey was possible. We walked down a nearby path in the hope it would wind around for a ...