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... croissants in an upmarket cafe. They didnt want us in there did they. We pay our bill, smile and say Merci, remember Agincourt.
We then hop aboard the TGV bound for MIlan. It's big, comfy and not too full. It's going to be a 7 hour trip.
As we leave the station, the Grand Station's rear end has been blighted by yet more graffiti.
It's as if the ...
... third round and heavier rain saw us take refuge in The Club, for a platter lunch that stretched until the rain stopped. Further round we realised that it was a bit of an exaggeration to say that most of the route was on a bike path. About 5 kms directly beside Annecy was patched, the rest is shared with the road traffic and there was a lot of it. Made us a little nervous when the b-double tucks passed and we had no helmets on!!!!!! Had me peddling pretty fast at times, but ...
Got up and had breakfast in hotel. Bread toast orange coffee. Lovely breakfast. Drove through beautiful mountains to Grenoble and then onto Annecy. Got hotel Best Western. Lovely room. Bought milk in Spar and food in garage. . Went for walk to old town. Had creeps. Cold Walked and sat by lake. Back to hotel. Lovely ...
... nature, and of the renaissance architecture. Then we were seated at a simple very small table, with red and white check tablecloth and inexpensive plain tableware. The tables were set side by side with about 10cms between each one. Luc just smiled and shrugged as people worked there way into seats. Not a place for the oversized. Next he came with a hand written menu and sat down beside us to take our order. With lots of entertaining gestures, like, oink oink, pulling at his ...
... br> minutes Nathan and I were squished into the Gondola with about 70
other people (they pack em tight). As the gondola took off we looked
at each other confidently and wondered what in the world the guide
was talking about. However when the gondola passed the first support
beam we understood what he meant as the entire gondola swung back and
forth several times eliciting “Olay”’s from the various
Italians in the gondola with us (it seemed to be an ...