Ibis Styles Annecy Gare Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... 5 Team Le Good supporters were the only ones on the bus, but the driver wouldn't except payment and directed us to the on board machine which only took coins, of which we had only a few.The driver really didn't seem that bothered but eventually we found enough coins to buy 5 tickets costing 3 Swiss franc when we should have paid 10 francs each, so that was a good deal. We arrived by 11.30 the bus journey quite long and tiresome but better than ...
... stocked. We returned to Geneva in the afternoon by which time the roads had been shut so an enormous traffic jam made it slow progress but eventually we parked the car and Graham racked his bike and went for a practice swim. The enormous GB team gathered for the parade and we managed to meet up with Simon and Elly having successfully completed their 12 day cycle down the Rhine to Basel and getting the train to Geneva. ...
... counter at 10am (Sixt) Left CDG at 11:00am Lunch stop at Rest Area near Nemours (12:40pm) --- ate our ham & cheese baguette sandwiches; Bought a road map €5.95 Bathroom stop at Aire du Rossignol at 2:50pm; Karin drove until 4:05pm --- filled up with gas (€1.45/L, €51.02), bought coffee & treats Beautiful drive into Annecy --- several tunnels, mountains, ...
... lots of snow. It was one of the most beautiful places I had ever seen. The photos below won't do it any justice, but I tried! We then went to a restaurant for all you can eat fondue. We took up an entire room upstairs, got endless pots of fondue, bread, raclettes, and wine, and took our first leisurely European lunch. It was so good (although, I have to say I prefer Mom's better...). We then went on a tour of the Chateau on the hill, which is ...
... and walked to the other side of the station where there were some hiking paths and traces of snow. Ellie got to touch snow for the first time, and after some more selfies we headed back to the station. It was the last train down and if you miss it, you're stuck on top of the mountain overnight.
There was still plenty of daylight when we got back down so we walked a little around town and took some more pictures of the town before finally packing ...