Premiere Classe Geneve-Saint Genis Pouilly
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We have spent this week relaxing in Annecy, lots of lovely long walks around the lake and out along the canals. We have also spent a little bit of time organising our luggage to try and avoid the stress we had with it being overweight when we left Australia in January. 30kg's and 7kg hand luggage each is not much for a year. We were allowed 40kg each at the start of the year as we were ...
... child of a pizza quiche liaison, this was interesting but nice.
Dinner finished we debated the merits of another beer but with the temperature dropping further we made our way back to our nights accommodation which was cosy and warm. It didn't take long after this for our bodies and brains to slip into the much needed reprieve of a good sleep.
Our second day in Geneva started with a complimentary breakfast at our hotel after which ...
... in the world and one of Lausanne's prime tourist attractions. The museum draws more than 250,000 visitors each year. The Olympic Museum and the Olympic Park (sculpture garden between the museum and the Lake Leman) are located at Ouchy. The headquarters of the International Olympic Committee are located at Vidy (to the west of Ouchy).
After a very long day, we headed back to Valdahon, France. When we arrived it was really late, we had dinner and went to bed. ...
... clock is cloaked in flowers. It wasn't any great shakes, and their were a zillion people there. We looked at the fountain in the lake, which spouts, reportedly, 7 tons of water in the air at any one time.
We window-shopped. There are some fabulous stores that only the rich and famous can purchase things at. They had every designer store imaginable.
We then found our way to the Cathedral of St-Pierre. This church was started in the ...
... but we could still choose our seats and spread out. We actually sat in awe of the beautiful picture postcard scenery..the alps, the snow, the houses and barns, the little covered bridges, icy streams and waterfalls, and lakes, trains and roads sharing small places between lakes and rocky mountains etc etc etc..I was heard to say that I wished the sky would clear completely so that be could see everything...but I know we were lucky to see all that ...