Mercure Annecy Centre
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the double-decker-ish city, moving our way up the hilly part, until we found the famous cathedral (as all Swiss cities have) and castle-like buildings. We bought some roasted chestnuts on the street, and watched as the view of the Lake got cloudier and cloudier... Until by around 5pm it had started to snow quite heavily. We decided it was time to head back to the gare to make sure we would make the first train out after 7pm (we ride ...
... side of lake Annecy. We caught up with them a couple of times and went with them for a drive up to the ski resorts of Megeve, Combloux and La Clusaz.....lots of cloud but not an inch of snow in sight, but Mont Blanc peeped above the clouds for a moment, to allow us a stunning photo and a break for a picnic lunch.
On our last day day in Annecy we hired a car and drove the 100km to ...
... by, or the lady in front of me would want the screen on the window lowered etc. The train stopped at a station about an hour from when we were supposed to arrive in Annecy. A lot of people got off and than we left the station and started going backwards which made us a little nervous. Hubby used the GPS on his phone and we could see we were still on the right track to Annecy so we felt a little better and after one more station stop we made it ...
... opps. When we got to the lake, we headed towards the public beach, where I knew from internet research there was a kayak rental outfit. Didn't get far before Kiyana proposed that we just drop our shorts and dive into those crystal clear turquoise lake waters. She chose a great spot, actually, right along the lakeside boulevard. We lowered ourselves gently over the wall and into the refreshing water. Little by little, I coaxed Kiyana further along the ...
... to the cause, I became suspicious. I asked her what exactly it is they are aiming to change to make the lives of handicapped people easier and she had nothing to say and simply kept insisting I donate some money. It was then I realized she was a scam artist disguised as a political activist. Pretty creative, these begging gypsies can be. What disgusts me is their method of deception to try and fool unsuspecting tourists to hand over their money. I told her no, but she ...