Résidence Le Sornin
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... from tiny to horse size tore around the place, followed by owners who clearly had no control over their dogs. I am not sure what was worse, the barking or the yelling! But the view from the top was worth the mayhem, with mountain peaks in every direction and little houses built in all the valleys and up the sides of the mountains. Home to pack for our next stop in Toulouse. Now that we have to wear slightly warmer clothing, packing our stuff into our small suitcases has got so much ...
... view was spectacular, so worth it in the end. You have to be really careful on some of these roads around the lake, they are barely wide enough for one car.
At the top of the lake, we decided to drive north to Annecy, which is about 40km from Geneva - I couldn;t convince Teresa to go that little bit extra to get to Geneva though, Drove around here for a while, and couldn't even ...
... Anyway, I think there is only one taxi in the place, as we waited forever for it to arrive at the train station. Our hotel is an old building from 1737, and our room is huge, and the bed very comfortable. It is right in the middle of the old part of town and not far from the chapel (another church). This church was the original home of the Shroud (now of) Turin. There is even a replica ...
On a dull morning, we left Beaune and headed out onto the motorway, determined to head south for some sun. However, being us we couldn't just stick to the motorway, so we devised a cunning plan.......
When we got to Lyon we headed off towards Geneva, then more south towards Grenoble.
As we headed through the ...
... did it, then built a village way up in the clouds.
On the winding road up to Roubion there has been a rockfall. The fixit guys are there with a small digger to clear the rubble. As I pull up the remaining loose rocks are cascading down the mountain, crashing onto the road and bouncing on down the steep valley side. There must be some workmen up above levering the loose stuff down.