Hotel Des Horlogers
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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Today I had lunch with an old friend of mine, one of the last people I still know at my first employer. We remembered the "good old days", and we caught up with the kid's stories. I realized that his youngest is now 15; the last time I saw him, he was ...
Woke up at 7:40am; mostly cloudy Coffee on terrace Pastries from Le Grenier a Pain Boulangerie (€8) Left Annecy at 9am Tolls €4.30 Paid for toll permit 40 francs at Swiss border Arrived in Neuchatel at 11:40am Lunch at Le Cercle National --- Feldschlossen beer, 2 pizzas (M&J had ham & mushroom, B&K had tomato & Brie) Walking tour of ...
... 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 ...
... a bit of shopping at a market and got Sandy a lovely tatting necklace and some cooler sleepwear as what she packed has turned out to be a bit warm. The apartment is very well insulated and stays very warm. We got back to Joel's apartment late in the afternoon and made a cup of tea for Sandy as she rested her overworked flat feet. I ducked out to check out another local bike shop that had some very interesting brands and models. After Joel arrived ...
... br> I'm not sure what else to add, except that everything is really expensive (a Big Mac is 15 CH) except for wine and chocolate. I'm possibly going into France today - all you have to do is take the "tram", as they call it, to the last stop and walk across the border. It takes about 15 minutes. So my first country hop!
Also, if you have any specific questions that I'm not addressing, feel free to email me or post comments on here, and I can try to address them!