Ibis Archamps Porte de Geneve
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... the city, river and parks and once again Jesse managed to track down and English speaking boy and became mates. On day 2 it was starting to rain and we went up the lake towards Lausanne into winery region and a massive parkland area. Unfortunately it was getting pretty wet so we didn't get to do the rope climbing that we had planned for the day. It was much sunnier on the other side of the river so we came back to the East side of the lake ...
... through. When I was out shopping, I found a bottle of wine from my cousin Laurence’s vineyard and of course had to purchase it – I mean how many times can you say you bought your cousin’s wine?!?! I gave the bottle to Sandra as a thank you and she thought it was “très cool” that my cousin has her own vineyard ;-)
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"No one looks stupid when they're having fun." - Amy Poehler
... me to hire an electric bike, I had to provide a €1000 cash deposit - which I am sure just about every person wanting to hire a €6 per day bike would have lying around in their pocket!! I could have hired a standard no gears bike, but having to do the work myself sounded so un-appealing!!! So instead we walked up a hill behind the town, aiming to get to a high point with a few towers on it so that we could get a 360 degree view of the mountains. Our penance for being ...
Took the car today, and went for a drive.
Headed north of Chambery and decided to drive around Lake Bourget, and stop at a few towns along the way.
It is very picturesque, and looks a long way on the map.
The towns on the western side, are all very small, with a few vineyards along the way.
We stopped in a few of the towns and had a look around. The weather today ...
... did not get along. I'm pretty sure I developed blisters on my feet from that walk. Oh, something I forgot to mention is this sidewalk in the park that features these little mini billboards that expose the horrors and human suffering that's occurring in other third-world countries. They really try to keep the public informed of the situation going on multiple countries around the world and I thought that was very admirable. I've never witnessed something like that in ...