La Grange d'Arly
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... is also a new pair of golf shoes, we didn't leave Australia with.
Annecy is a picture at the moment, quite cold but no snow. High 2 / Low -2. The Christmas night markets are on, and much bigger than they were in Avignon, and also far greater range of things. I must confess I did buy a top that you can wear 40 different ways, great for travelling as it is light, doesn't crush...all I ...
... luckily spoke relatively good English, so I was able to force her to force him to swap numbers with me with the hope of him teaching me to ski. The handsome Fabian is in fact a ski instructor and after ensuring that his number was real, I had embarrassed myself enough and we left. The next night we returned to the same bar in the hunt for Fabian who was not there. The barmaid from the night before was at a friends birthday party there. Somehow, and ...
... Buffet the night before I left. Me and all of my sisters were there which was good as the next time I see them will be one week before my sisters wedding at a bridesmaid dress fitting!!! Photos attached! I'm hopefully going to transfer to the Italy site for summer 2015 which will be amazing as I'll have my weekends to travel around the country. Nothing else to ...
... 1433m altitude, 790 metres altitude gain over 15.5km.• Col de Joux Plane, 1691m altitude, 691 metres altitude gain over 13km.• Ascent to Megève, 1104m altitude, 553 metres altitude gain over 13.5km.
I was looking forward to Joux Plane especially - Floyd's climb - and it was indeed beautiful. These climbs weren't especially long by comparison with what was to come later in the week, but the day heated ...
Leaving Antibes, we drove up the A8 (a toll road) that skirted Nice and completely bypassed Monte Carlo, Monaco, going as far as Savano, Italy before leaving the Mediterranean behind. We headed north to Torino where we stopped for lunch, authentic pizza in Italy and boy was it good pizza We picked a spot that obviously never sees visitors since this was the most difficult communication interaction we have had so far. I guess French ...