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... me to hire an electric bike, I had to provide a €1000 cash deposit - which I am sure just about every person wanting to hire a €6 per day bike would have lying around in their pocket!! I could have hired a standard no gears bike, but having to do the work myself sounded so un-appealing!!! So instead we walked up a hill behind the town, aiming to get to a high point with a few towers on it so that we could get a 360 degree view of the mountains. Our penance for being ...
Back to Chambery, and home about 6:00pm.
Had a dinner at a nice Italian restaurant tonight. As it is so close, there is a large Italian influence in this regions with many Italian restaurants.
Tomorrow, we do the drive to Nice. havent decided on the actual route yet, but they all say around 5 hours, so we should do it in about 8 - allowing for lots of little stops.
... a great meal of local food tonight. Our waiter was great - not great English, but he really looked after us. Even brought us some of the local Genepi Chartreuse liqueur.
For Matthew, the table next to ushad a traditional raclette - it was amazing watching them eat it with their plates of different cold meats - will tell you all about it when we get home,
Tomorrow (Saturday), ...
Sunday 9/14 - After flying all night from the US, followed by a 4 hour high speed TGV from Paris, we arrived in Annecy around 2:30 pm on Sunday for a 3 night stay.
It was a short walk from the train station to our hotel. We settled into our room, unpacked and decided since it was such a beautiful afternoon to take a walk around town.
We finished up the day with ...
... 90 minutes west of Annecy. Lyon is the third largest city in France, and I equate it to Paris, Jr. We loved it! We arrived in time for lunch (shocker) and treated ourselves to a fancy prix fixe meal at Le Sud, a lovely bistro on the main square. Beef carpaccio, tuna rillettes, grilled veal, with fromage blanc and sorbets for dessert. It was the perfect introduction to Lyon. We walked across the river to Vieux Lyon, and took a funicular (for ...