Hotel Ducs de Savoie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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John volunteers to join me for some hiking down south around Combloux and Chamonix so after saying farewell to Helen we drive firstly to Lake Annecy so I can see where it is planned the three of us will spend Christmas and new year together when I return in December. Annecy is much bigger than I imagined, but very prettily located on the lake. We …
... Jorvick Viking Centre, the York Minister, walked around the York Wall and had dinner in the Guy Fawkes Pub (it was the old home where GF was born). Now we are Friday and went to the National Railway Museum and onto my Cousin Victoria's Home for the evening. What a great great evening. It's now Saturday and we went onto Aunty Chris and Neville's home for the rest of our stay. We went to a talk that Neville gave to a Church Group ...
James is 6 weeks into his first school term in France, with one week to go until the holidays.
Life has been full of routine. For James this is school, Ice Hockey and developing new friendships. When asked what the big difference is between St Kent's and Montessori Mont-Blanc, he says "the 4pm finish". However, James has a 4 day school week and he fogets to mention this. On the Ice Hockey front, James trains 3 days one week and 4 days the next, ...
One of the most difficult issues moving to another country is re-establishing the kitchen. We were lucky to pre-arrange our furnished apartment well before we left NZ, so it had the rudimentaries of kitchen ware when we arrived. A decent shopping expedition to Ikea in Geneva resolved most of the remaining implements issues, and real cooking soon commenced in earnestAnyone who saw our kitchen in Auckland will know that a lot of thought and effort ...
... local food (and some from Northern Italy) is offered regardless of the weather. It’s raucous and loud, with plenty of meats, cheeses, fruits and vegetables offered according to the season and the prevailing harvest.Unfortunately food seldom lasts a week (for some reason French carrots only last a few days) and come Monday I find myself obliged to return to see the lovely ladies behind the Fromager counter in Les Houches and linger some more before their ...