Chalet Hotel La Terrasse de Verchaix
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today I had lunch with an old friend of mine, one of the last people I still know at my first employer. We remembered the "good old days", and we caught up with the kid's stories. I realized that his youngest is now 15; the last time I saw him, he was ...
Woke up at 7:40am; mostly cloudy Coffee on terrace Pastries from Le Grenier a Pain Boulangerie (€8) Left Annecy at 9am Tolls €4.30 Paid for toll permit 40 francs at Swiss border Arrived in Neuchatel at 11:40am Lunch at Le Cercle National --- Feldschlossen beer, 2 pizzas (M&J had ham & mushroom, B&K had tomato & Brie) Walking tour of ...
... New Zealand who were paragliding down from the mid-point to Chamonix Mind-blowing views from the top! Saw climbers venturing out in different directions Karin was suffering from a terrible headache (altitude); Bought coffee, hot chocolate & muffins (€18.20) Karin returned to Chamonix --- she went to the front of the line since she was feeling ill & threw up at the cable car station Bill, ...
... the most beautiful in Geneva talking and eating our café take out dinner as the sun set. We could see the old city across the bay and the Jet D’eau a jet of water that goes about 150ft into the air and the Swiss Alps in the distance. As we came back towards the water we were stunned by the image of the Alps lit up in red in the distance in the East. They were the only thing lit up by the sunset on the West. It was truly magnificent! ...
... old town (is this a pattern?) where the centre point was the cathedral, admired the exorbitantly overpriced couture and read via memorials the history of Switzerland coming together with France.
Lunch, I have learnt since, does not really begin until 2pm. I was invited back to Kenneth’s apartment for soup and cheese – woohoo! We returned for his French class and to meet up with another friend of his, Adam (British), whom he lived with in ...