Enzo Hotel Pont A Mousson
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Thursday was a quiet day travelling the French countryside,.. through valleys between huge mountain formations, along rivers that look like they carry significant run-off,.. especially when the winter snows melt. We travelled from town to village, through Chambery, St Genix sur Guiers, Morestel, and through to the town of Port for the night. Port is situated on the shores of Lake Nantua. The campsite is right on the shores of the lake, and we look straight ...
... br> I did however take pictures of the bathroom so you can see what kind of hell I deal with on a daily basis. I realized after taking pictures, when I went to shower, that there was actually someone in one of the stalls taking a poop while I took pictures. That did crack me up a bit and made my day. That was before the whole lack of coffee situation came about.
Now I have to attempt to finish my translation without coffee. ...
... to do that. Hopefully I can figure it out tomorrow.
So there are quite a few people sick around here. It's not very pleasant. I have such a sore throat and I'm freezing all the time. It sucks. I think I'm going to search for meds tomorrow.
So the buffet thing was really quite stupid. There were so many people and no order what so ever. People just grabbed a bunch of food and didn't really leave ...
... morning on our quest for cheese and chocolate, we first made our way to Fromagerie d'Alpage de Moléson, which is a 17th century dairy, which puts on displays on how Gruyere was traditionally made. Moléson is a commune of Gruyere, and sits at a height of 1100m. The establishment, which is also a shop and restaurant, produced the Gruyere cheese out the back, in what appears to be have been kept, or restored, to its 17th century glory. As food inspectors, past ...
... was a beautiful spot overlooking the perfect blue water surrounded by shear cliffs, bare in parts, and covered in thick forest on others. To our left were some diving platforms, crudely constructed out of concrete and steel ... one being at 20m or so ... we're we game ... not likely! Although Lindsay was keen to jump in, from 1m. Being 30+, and having a Safety Officer in tow, along with the current and isolated spot curtailed this ... After a bit of literal mythisism ...