Median Geneve Aeroport
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Oh what a luxury, we have just had two rest days in a row. We haven't had this sort of pampering in almost a month! For the first time, our quads have fully relaxed, and the gentle but ever-present mild burning sensation has ceased. I could get used to this. Today we took a tour to the Alpine village of Chamonix and Mont Blanc. The bus took 90 minutes to reach Chamonix, where we were immediately put onto a cable car that took us ...
... We understood the English video a little better than the French one... We also went for a short stroll through the city, checking out sites such as the fountain, flower clock and bridges. We were relieved to finally have some rest after all that riding in the rain. One thing that is confusing me is that the Rhone is filling Lac Leman full of dark grey coloured water, yet the water in Geneva is crystal clear. There are lots of ...
... world war. Such was the devastation of the villages and surrounding lands in the conflict that the water networks were almost totally destroyed. When it came to rebuilding the area after the war, the need to reinstate public drinking fountains was overlooked and has no been put right ever since. If you have a better explanation, I'd like to hear it.
I make a point of trying the door of any church I pass by directly. Most were locked in rural France, but of those I ...
... could take a rest day here... And our shoes are still wet, and we hate putting on wet shoes... But we did want to conquer our mission to ride all the way from the North Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. And we will undoubtedly meet with rain throughout our journey over the Alps. So we decided on the 'wait and see' option. We packed up and ate breakfast inside the tent, and headed to the restaurant for cappuccinos. By this time, the rain was finally easing ...
... to block a major downtown thoroughfare during the manoevre). Eventually, with a parking spot located and Claudia safely ensconced - after yet more skillful parking by Mr C - we arrived in Dijon two hours later than planned, and pootled down into town. Apparently, France follows its own rules when it comes to when its restaurants and brasseries serve food. Yesterday in Epernay, there was no service between noon and two. Today in Dijon, we struggled to find anywhere ...
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