Hotel Les Ecureuils
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... the Venetian carnival which was so cool to experience. People were dressed up with full face masks and costumes that covered every part of their bodies, it was very interesting. Also, all the costumes were hand made which was just incredible because they all had so much detail!
We also visited the basilica in town, all the way at the top of the hill. The outside was pretty ...
Okay. So one more day before the departure. I've had a few busy days this past week (as always when you travel). Between job interviews, for when I come back, and health problems, I wish I could be already on the plane just to relax.
I think I'm all good, and ...
In five days, I'll be leaving Geneva for an amazing adventure. This week is going to be busy, because I still have to do a lot before the departure.
I did already all my paperwork for the travelling, my vaccines are all done and my luggages are almost ready too.
Now, I have to read a lot about South Africa and the history about Cap Town, to be able to write good articles when I'll be there.
... lot of fun showing us around, and being the expert/guide/leader (a real trailblazer!). It was neat to see her so excited about showing us all the things she had experienced when she was here with the Fizes last year. (Last year…funny – it occurred to us that she has skied in the Alps every year since she’s been a teenager. How many Canadian kids can say that?!) One of her fondest memories of le Grand Bornand was getting her afternoon ...
... are the marble quarries which can also be seen from the train. The centre piazza and surrounding streets of Domodossola is medieval, with many ancient building and statues – very photogenic.
On the train we had seen a really interesting town, Vogogna which was on the side of the mountains, so caught the train back to there. Again medieval buildings dominated by the Visconti Castle, built in 1344 which overlooks the town. Very quiet when we were ...