Hotel du Palais de l'Isle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... they have made us the envy of rue Muzy. Crazy things that the Swiss apparently don't eat: brown sugar, black beans, "mexican" cheese, the list continues...
Last weekend I had Friday off again, and so a few of us went to Lausanne for the day. Lausanne is a college town on Lake Geneva, 40 minutes away by train. We went with no game plan, and the desire to spend as little money as possible. When we got there, we ended up just ...
... was at our front door.
We are right in the middle and there is markets, carols and music bands.
Also we went to the park nearby and took a Frisbee and a soccer ball.
And when we got there we found exercise equipment and we used it.
We all played Frisbee and soccer.
I really liked Annecy it really stood out to me for some ...
... negotiated our way out of the airport. Managed it first time this time so we must be learning.
Our new destination is Annecy in the south-east of France which is about 500kms away so a big drive. As we had done the slow touring through this area on other trips we took the motorway option. The A6 is a toll road all the way but the driving is superb……three lanes of excellent road with everyone travelling in sync at 110 – ...
... make it back to Claire's house for dinner. Unfortunately, the street repair crews and very confusing roads of Annecy had other plans for us. I became dizzy from negotiating the many roundabouts and poor signage. We finally arrived at Claire's house once again late and frenzied. Carole was very understanding of our situation, stating that many locals are challenged with returning home when the construction changes during the day. We settled down to a wonderful meal with ...
... but came across another gate that said no access. I did get to take a lovely shot over the lake, but it seems as our Abbey trip was fruitless. We stopped at a village restaurant on the way back for lunch, but quickly found that it must service Abbey visitors as it was also closed. That was now zero from two. It was about 1pm and less than an hour to our destination for today, so we headed off that way. This proved to be another precarious trip around steep ...