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... do now is watch the YouTube video to find out how to wear it! Sunrise in Annecy is 8am and sunset around 5pm, sometime after sunset each night, a fabulous Christmas laser light show is projected onto the Hotel de Ville (town hall).
Helen and John, who have been in France for almost 2 years now, have moved from Nolay (Burgundy) and are now staying in Talloires, a little village on ...
Our check in and departure for Lyon with Transavia was amazingly simple with us rolling away from the gate a good 5 minutes early, a first for this trip!
The flight itself was uneventful arriving to a very chilly Lyon in the early afternoon. From the airport it was a quick change to the Lyon city bound train before springing the extra €30 for the express to our final destination of Geneva.
Geneva was a bit grey on arrival but our ...
... and CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. We drove along the strip where all these organizations have their headquarters.
Geneva is also well known for its watches. Geneva is also known for its car fair, the Inventors' Fair and the Book Fair. Swiss chocolate refers to chocolate produced in Switzerland . While cacao beans and other ingredients such as sugar can originate from outside of Switzerland, the actual production of the chocolate ...
... historic town called Yvoire, located on Lac Léman. The heart of this little village was built in the middle ages and is absolutely gorgeous. Across the lake you can see Lausanne and Geneva in Switzerland. He took us to a beautiful restaurant on the lake where we had the local specialty, filet de perche (filets of a kind of fish). This was absolutely delicious, as is everything here lol.
Speaking of food, I'm getting back on track with my paleo ...
So, after almost 36 hours of traveling, we finally made it to Grenoble. We were both pretty exhausted by now. The day is going to be a write off. By suppertime we w ere about dead on our feet. Which was a shame, because we found s great little restaurant just down the road. But we were both too tired to enjoy the meals (roasted duck breast with foi gras and pork mignon with broccoli mash). Hopefully by tomorrow we'll be fully recovered and ready for a day of ...