Logis Grand Hotel du Parc
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... it - with, in fact, about 5 mins to spare....but it was definitely a route-march.
However, it was well worth it, as we spent several hours in the bar of the wonderful Hotel du Buet - delightful staff, and entertaining locals who didn't hesitate to enter into some Anglo-French banter! Plus, two huge plates of meats and cheeses, and a bottle of local rose wine which initially tasted of bubble-gum, but after a glass or two turned out to be very nice!!
... to the bottom of the lake! Also, it was a perfect crystal blue color. I wish I could've gone swimming but it wasn't warm enough, made me miss my cabin a bit.
Then we visited the Medieval castle which was different than all the other castles I've been to so far. It also had an a great view of the city and the mountains with the lake below.
Saturday and Sunday they ...
... Another guy from our group joined us there and we relaxed for a bit until I was given and took a birthday shot while chatting with my friends and the bartender. About 12:30 Nicole and I left the bar so we could catch the first night bus home, I got home at 1:30, finished packing for the day in Chambery and went to bed.
Saturday, I got up at 5:30 so I could get to my train on time. It took 45 minutes to get to ...
Remember the French boys I met in Barcelona? Well between the time we came back to Paris and Christmas break I became good friends with one of them. My sister and I planned a visit to his childhood town and home to see him! I cannot even put into words how fun that weekend was; seeing snow fall for the first time, hanging out with someone who it feels as if I have known my whole life, and interacting with a French family (exactly the type of experiences I came to France ...
... distraction is always the scenery, flora and fauna. It is amazing what you can see when you are quietly riding a bike. Birds a plenty and animals too. Today I spotted a number of different birds ranging from small beautifully coloured finches to larger hawks and eagles. Even mister Reynard stepped out onto the road, he had a beautiful coat, but scarpered the minute he saw me closing.
The most unusual and plentiful animal I saw would have to be ...