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... tables, and lunch to be served. Mike says he's in heaven. We all are, quite a treat. Lovely train with huge glass windows and glass roof mainly around us, and we just had our first latte macchiato.
Actually reminded me of the train Lenore and Jim were on in Eastern Europe lately !!!!!!!!!
... Before long we were heading back to the port, the boat reversing into the dock. It was lunchtime so we headed to the old part of town where we saw restaurants by the canal on our walking tour the other night. We enjoyed some hamburgers in a German brasserie before trekking back to the hotel to pick up the car. It was time to head off on our 3hr drive to Dijon. Nothing too interesting (thankfully) on this drive. The GPS had a hiccup ...
... connection. Not to worry we caught the next connection after a bit of a wait.
Arrived at Annecy which is a lakefront city with mountain views, flowery lanes and romantic canals . Outdoors oriented and bike crazy. We had been told it was like Queenstown but better. Settled into hotel (the first we had stayed in for a while with air conditioning -heaven)and then off to explore. Very busy place with lots of tourists. In the old ...
... and takes unexpected turns and this will always remind me how you must make the most of it. Something I have almost learnt myself anyway. I came skiing because I didn't want to just sit for 2 weeks in my flat, doing nothing and waiting for my job to start. I wanted to make the most of that time, and I have. I wont let life pass me by any longer if an opportunity arises.
I won't ever forget this day. My thoughts, prayers and love go out to my family at this terrible ...
... expensive place to visit in high season. I had also gone in May and shortly before Christmas and it was snowing and so beautiful. With Christmas markets just across from the lake selling all things french, the hot red spiced wine is something to try and for only 2€ a glass why not. I hate red wine, and this reminded me why, but hey, got to try everything once!!
Love this place and cant wait to ...