Hotel La Kinkerne
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Today is the
second last day of my holiday so I felt I should do a heavy hike as it is to be
my last one. I’m now in a hotel in Megeve, a fairly upmarket village
particularly in the ski season about 30 kms from Chamonix. It is also only an
hour’s drive from Geneva which makes the return of my rental car on Sunday
prior to joining my flight home that much easier.
As all the
... actually just a forest worker (with awesome leather hat!). He was very friendly but made it clear I needed to move on. Time to head to Munich I guess...
Munich was all about Oktoberfest and Oktoberfest was all about having a couple of quiet beers and eating some nutritious salad based meals.
We took it easy on the first day and only had a few steins (I think?) before hitting the rides for some adrenaline to sober up. The highlight of ...
... perfection (except for its out of place casino). The 2km promenade along the shore is a must with blooming gardens, sculptures and sights to see everywhere. Strongly recommend! A quick stop at the hotel where Barbara's art is exhibited then we headed back through town window shopping, mostly closed as it was 7pm after a long day. All we could manage was fried rice with shrimp from the Thai restaurant around the corner from us and an early night. Phew! This was definitely a day trip to ...
... of artists exhibit there. It was interesting and loads of fun. The castle is at the top of a small mountain, with the (real) working town far below, always with a whiff of cow in the air. And there are mountains all around, 2000m or so - just beautiful. We walked around the castle and down the back streets, returning to fetch meringues and cream for dinner - compulsory when you visit Gruyere! Also picked some fragrant soaps made locally to bring home - all the craft shops had locally ...
... Tunnel, but this time Italy and France.
We sorted out our stuff and left by 1000. Our plan was to enter Italy by the tunnel, travel about 25miles to Aosta for a large super market then travel back into France via Bourg Saint Maurice and then loop though several different valley's via Lac De Roselend, Hauteluce, Les Saisies and some a silly Tom Tom route back to the A40 into Chamonix. Ok this sounds a night mare and it was slightly, but we got to go through a view classic ...