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Friday was Olivia's last day in our little (emphasise little!) cabin, as she is off to spend a week with friends in Lyon. We decided the best option was to drive to Annecy, have lunch there, and a general wander around, with Olivia catching the 4 o'clock train to Lyon.
Although the day started slightly dull, by the time we reached Annecy the sun was out - albeit a little hazy at times. We parked at the station (which is VERY visible in the centre of the ...
... the Venetian carnival which was so cool to experience. People were dressed up with full face masks and costumes that covered every part of their bodies, it was very interesting. Also, all the costumes were hand made which was just incredible because they all had so much detail!
We also visited the basilica in town, all the way at the top of the hill. The outside was pretty ...
... but I saw 2 of my friends on the tram to the station and I helped one of them get last minute stuff together when we got to the station because her train left at 7:20 and I like getting places excessively early. I then found my train and said hi to my seatmates (who were nice and spoke English), struggled staying awake, and 2 hours later got off at my stop.
Chambery is a small city nestled in between ...
... was probably the coldest place I have ever been to, but also one with the most beautiful landscapes. It has the feel of a town from the middle ages with it's castles and narrow alleyways, while at the same time feeling quite modern with a mall, train station, and as a recognized destination for skiers and snowboarders. The lake for which the town is famous is gorgeous and from what my friend described seems like an amazing spot in the summer. While my sister and I were there ...
... orange slugs that were everywhere on the lower slope of the climb. I wish I had stopped to take a photo, these things were just so brilliant cadmium orange coloured.
Anyway, enough of the sideshow and back to the ride. It was a fairly hard grind to the top of Col du Rev Head...I mean Revard. I rode into the mist at the 10km mark and the rain started just after I reached the top. Nobody there to help me with the camera so a selfie was all ...