Hotel Aix Les Bains L'Iroko
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... off admiring the Matterhorn and surrounding mountains, marvelling at the weirdness of swimming in the Swiss alps........ they tell me it was freezing, but to be expected.
Home again, up the 150 steps, mike in the kitchen, rest time, cards, drinks, dinner and bed.
It has been very exciting for the last two days. We have been watching the racing in the Tour. The procession before the riders was amazing. They threw lots of things at us. we got free drinks, food, caps and souvenirs. On the first day that we watched the time trail. The riders start 2 minutes ...
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... minimize things- this was evident in the number of steps needed to get to the top of the hike- whew! We just got in from a weekend where we headed up with some friends towards the French Alps and stayed in a beautiful town called Aix-les-Bains, known for their thermal baths. It reminded me a lot of the Kelowna area. ON the way up we stopped to see some caves, one of the biggest in France. France is so diverse and so beautiful. The kids have only one more week of school ...
... for dessert, although I don't think anyone actually follows the fast... at least we didn't... According to my host mom, French bread is the best, so we made sure to eat some delicious French bread while in Annecy. Annecy was about an hour-long drive away, so we woke up early and were out the door by about 9 (this was a bit difficult after a night out, and I kind of felt like a zombie for most of the day). Annecy is a beautiful old ...