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Friday was Olivia's last day in our little (emphasise little!) cabin, as she is off to spend a week with friends in Lyon. We decided the best option was to drive to Annecy, have lunch there, and a general wander around, with Olivia catching the 4 o'clock train to Lyon.
Although the day started slightly dull, by the time we reached Annecy the sun was out - albeit a little hazy at times. We parked at the station (which is VERY visible in the centre of the ...
... inside wasn't too special and there was no place to look out over the city. If you ever go, I recommend skipping the basilica, and the hike up there!
Definitely a beautiful day trip but there isn't a whole lot to do when the carnival isn't in full swing. I would love to go back in the warmer months to see the caves around the back of the mountains, they sound absolutely wonderful!
... cathedral, it has a replica of the Shroud of Turin because it used to house the real one, After the cathedral, I decided it was lunchtime and treated myself to a 3 course meal at a Italian restaurant (and thankfully I wasn't the person eating by themselves). I had a tomato and mozzarella "salad" which was yummy, spinach tortellini with a cream sauce and goat cheese, and super rich chocolate ice cream. I got some ...
... snow fall for the first time in our lives. It was absolutely amazing and being able to play in it made me feel completely nostalgic for childhood, but in a good way. My friend invited us over for a dinner party with his family and family friends, which was great! I was finally able to practice my French! They were some of the most welcoming people I have ever met and made us feel incredibly comfortable, regardless of the fact that we had never met them before. We explored ...
... yeah. We made the decision to try to fond a spot for the Tour and got onto the course just before the Road closed at Valbonnais. It was so fantastic!! We wandered and talked to people and then the caravan came through. It has 180 vehicles which consist of floats, sponsors cars, police and official cars and motorbikes. Best thing though was the excitement of the things they threw out...caps, Blow up pillows, stubbie holders, ...