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... br> many people did (and did). It wasn’t quite like that tonight being summer, but I
reckon there were more well groomed women parading past me than I’ve seen
anywhere outside of Paris or New York. Many of them were simply out walking
their dogs. Wow; I wonder how they dress when they go out somewhere serious. I stayed
for dinner and it made for a very pleasant people watching evening.
... only for the trains listed. Fortunately I was only asked for my ticket once and the ticket man had such a hard time scanning it that he gave up and left me alone. Great success.
Collecting the camper from Bremen was easy and the road to Berlin was a good introduction to driving in Europe. I slept in a roadside car park (they are huge and well appointed in Germany) and then (foolishly) drove into the heart of Berlin in the morning. Wow. What ...
...to buy my return ticket home.
Due to a variety of different reasons and circumstances, some positive and some not-so-positive, I will be returning home to the USA on November 19, 2014. I bought my ticket today and although it is about 1.5 months sooner than I anticipated returning, this is the very reason I didn't buy the return ticket in advance. You just never know. ...
... dinner at a nice little italian restaurant along the canal.
What a great 1st day!
Monday 9/15 - was our big "around town" sightseeing day. After a nice breakfast at the hotel, we took a walk along the lakefront park, explored the old and the new Annecy and visited some of the sights recommended in Rick's guidebook. On the way back to the hotel we bought ...
... her way up. I stayed around to snap a few pics and then started my way down. Once at the bottom I passed through a nice ski village and then realized that in planning my route I had inadvertently added another pass, the Col de la Aravis, which was 10km long and averaged 5%. After Colombiere this was childs play, except that the wind picked up and was in my face the whole way. Nonetheless I put that climb to bed fairly quickly and was at the top by ...