Hotel Des Horlogers
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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It's been a hectic few days, getting ready for this trip, but finally I'm on my way! Pegasus Airlines cancelled my Istanbul to Konya flight and I didn't find out till late Sunday! Managed to rebook for the next morning (Wed) and find a room in the airport hotel. Now I'm on my way ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... train station, we walked to our Edelweiss hotel, which is close to lakeside. The hotel seems relatively new, and our room overlooks the plaza, sort of pleasant. The staff gave us a free bus/tram pass, and later we found out the bus driver does not check tickets. Everyone just jumps on board, and jump off. Ticket machine is available at the stop, and they trust people to pay the fare even though no one checks that.
We took train No. 1 ...
... and we seized this opportunity to get the tent packed up, and soon enough we were on our way. Our legs warmed up quickly, as we rode uphill immediately to leave the campsite. Up, up and up into the vineyards on the hill high above the campsite. After a fair bit of climbing, we reached the spot we were at yesterday, where I thought the climbing would end. It didn't. Up, up, and up. Then super steep down. Then super steep up, possibly the steepest ups ...