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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
... up to the Chateau and then around the old Medieval center a bit before popping in to the Cafe de Ducs. We had a beer, a glass of wine and a snack, all with a canal side view of the Thiere, the main canal, and the Palais de l'Isle as the sun set over the town.
We found a place for dinner called La Taverne Savoyarde and I was able to get moules frites which were were to die for! Stephne had a 'specialitie de nos montagnes' -- ...
... to family, Alice will have changed so much but we are lucky as Rachel face times us weekly so we can see Alice and she regularly sends us photos and videos of her so we can keep up on her progress, December seems such a long way away but we have lots planned. On arriving to Rochefort on September 22nd we decided to have a few days seeing our friends before setting off down the river to have a few weeks out sailing, something we have never done before ...
... within 2km of the town centre. A little like Lac Annecy, it has stacks of holiday homes dotted around it's 50km periphery. Aix-Les-Bains also has a real traffic problem - there are almost no traffic lights and most intersections have roundabouts. On some roads in and around the town centre there are zebra crossings almost every 50m which means cars are always stopping for pedestrians. This makes for very slow bumper to bumper drive through the town. A ...
... in cloud so you have got to grab an opportunity when it presents.
There was a small window of about 10 minutes when the peak was visible...that was all. So we decided to take a ski lift up the other side of the valley to maybe photograph Mt.Blanc from a higher altitude and different angle.
At the ski lift station, Phil and Louise decided to have a crack at paragliding so they paid up and up we all went to Planpraz.