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... it - with, in fact, about 5 mins to spare....but it was definitely a route-march.
However, it was well worth it, as we spent several hours in the bar of the wonderful Hotel du Buet - delightful staff, and entertaining locals who didn't hesitate to enter into some Anglo-French banter! Plus, two huge plates of meats and cheeses, and a bottle of local rose wine which initially tasted of bubble-gum, but after a glass or two turned out to be very nice!!
... 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 ...
... wine and took my time eating. It was fun until one of the waiters wasn't happy with me when I asked him to repeat what he said once, but an older couple were friendly and the waitress helped me and overall it was good.
After lunch I explored some more and went to a science museum (basically a children's museum) that had some fun exhibits and then I went to a museum on natural area near Chambery. It ...
... 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 ...
Another beautiful day in Edinburgh, 3 in a row!. Off to the airport this morning. First stop Cousin Wendy's at East Craigs which is on the way. We enjoyed a cuppa with Wendy and Brian before heading to the airport.
Flight to Geneva was via Easyjet, a bit like Jetstar, no frills.
Landed into some ...