Ibis Styles Annecy Gare Centre
Travel Blogs from Annecy
... signing...no shoes on sale. I was amazed I gave a young girl some career advice and shortly afterwards she was singing my praise in some graffiti...see photo. The shop owners name was also Gary but I am sure the artist was thinking of me when she was painting.
It was also great to meet Catherine and Thierry's daughter Marion, and her boyfriend Julian. We will see them in oz in August / ...
Leisurely start to the day in Interlaken and headed to Geneva.
It meant we had to go one side of Lake Geneva....Sandy was keen on the French side and wanted to go through Montreux....where Deep Purple recorded Smoke on the Water. I understand there are varying stories of whether the hotel was on fire, a local building was on fire or whether the smoke was simply fog....fog on the water just doesn't sound the same
It was lovely to see a sign that said "sortie" and ...
... an angle! Flashing lights and music, too. Way too much fun! Then back to our apartment for an insalatone dinner on the balcony (playing restaurant as we got it ready). Storytime, and Kiyana was instantly asleep. Tomorrow we head to Annecy. SNCF train strike on, so the trains are very limited. Hope that doesn't mean they'll be crazy full. Will report on our day trip ...
... in it in honour of More's birthday later this week topped things off, and we then went for a bit of a walk along the lake. Finally, we visited the Carouge neighbourhood, where Jorge and Ana used to live. Very picturesque, with little shops and cafes, squares with pretty fountains and churches in them...Kiyana had tons of fun splashing me and Ana from a fountain while the others sat and had a quiet drink. Very much enjoyed Geneva and would go back in a ...
... A lady with a four-month-old Leonberger puppy came and talked to us in the morning. The kids fell in love with him. After skyping Grandma and Grandpa we set off up to the Col du Var at 2100m with lots more motorcyclists. We went for a little walk and then descended again into the Ubaye valley, before turning up to the Col du Larche on the Italian border. We watched some interesting little alpine marmots playing in the meadow at the top. We drove dozen through lots ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed