Logis La Charpenterie
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... of the best parts were being able to view the solar eclipse on The Alps 12000 feet above ground. This can not really be described, I am thankful as many people do not get to say they had the opportunity of doing this. In the beggining it was really cold and a bit difficult to breathe. Shortly after adjusting to the climate it got much better. After enjoying our time on top we went to the cable car and to ...
... nervous to go on.
Waiting on line seeing everyone bundled up I worried if I was wearing enough layers. I did not pack a heavy coat and I worried at this moment if I would regret that.
When we got on the cable car it was different then I expected. We all just stood in this small glass cube. When I got on the cable car I heard the people next to me have American accents. I asked them if they were from America and it turn out that they ...
... WTO was really cool. The building was older and big. There were alot of different people going in and out of the building. When we were able to go inside it was really cool. It reminded me of on goverment building. The was a quad in the middle of the building that had a sun roof on top. it was cool to hear different languages as we walked around the building. When we went to one meeting room it was really cool to see all the seats have their own personal microphone. We were ...
... I was well rugged up and a glass of hot Gluhwein helped dull the feelings and this was followed by a steaming hot bowl of cabbage soup. Wow, the silly things one without a partner's comfort to consider does.
Yesterday was of course Boxing Day. Cate and I spent Boxing Day last year with eyes glued to the TV screen watching the Ashes cricket and the start of the Sydney to Hobart. Particularly because of the weather ...
This morning I headed off on a cycle (I'd rented a hybrid type bike again from the local tennis club) to tackle a hill behind Talloires called Le Col de la Forclaz where the summit is at 1157m. It was a solid 10% climb for about 7km and had breathtaking views on the way up. The descent on the other side was equally hard work as the hill was 13% downhill and my brakes were on solidly. It was a lovely ride back alongside the lake and part ...