Hotel du Palais de l'Isle
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It's been a hectic few days, getting ready for this trip, but finally I'm on my way! Pegasus Airlines cancelled my Istanbul to Konya flight and I didn't find out till late Sunday! Managed to rebook for the next morning (Wed) and find a room in the airport hotel. Now I'm on my way ...
... up to us and we all struck out down the last 800metres through the lower forest and gorge. Never been so glad to get off the mountain, the walk was epic, and my thighs and calf muscles are still as sore as hell. It was overall a 3 1/2hr walk down. I did mention to my family that we could have taken the perfectly good train down the mountain.
... it - with, in fact, about 5 mins to spare....but it was definitely a route-march.
However, it was well worth it, as we spent several hours in the bar of the wonderful Hotel du Buet - delightful staff, and entertaining locals who didn't hesitate to enter into some Anglo-French banter! Plus, two huge plates of meats and cheeses, and a bottle of local rose wine which initially tasted of bubble-gum, but after a glass or two turned out to be very nice!!
... Luckily the directions for how to use the machines was in English as well as French so we had it figured out in no time. We bought soap, loaded the machines & left them to wash for their 37 minute cycle and got a coffee and than wandered through the farmer's market set up in old town Annecy.
The market was so AMAZING!! So much to see - cheese, meat, ...
... t get home until 2:30am. So its not surprising that today was not an early morning. Au contraire, in fact. When I did stumble out of bed at 11:00am I showered and dressed quickly. I then went over to Tsiry’s so she could show me how the laundry machine here worked.
I had never been in the basement of the building before and it was quite the shock when I got down there. While Switzerland is a neutral country they are by no means unprepared for war. All Swiss men have ...