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Traveling from Chamonix to Lake Annecy we went through some breathtaking views through the Alps. The city is quite gorgeous, a favorite Lakeside destination for French families in summer. After a walk through 'Little Venice' taking the sights of a town voted the most beautiful in France, i had a lovely lunch of the local (from Nice) Niçoise salad in a central location before taking the one hour boat trip on the lake. We saw the ...
... Lake which was great fun, and the kids took turns steering, so we went around in circles a bit! Excellent weather while here. One night of rain but sunny and warm during the day. Our campsite had an aqua park for the kids, with jacuzzi for the adults. Shame the water was still a bit cold, as the nights do get quite cold still. All had a great time though. Loads of parasailing to be seen off the mountains. Must have been an amazing experience.
... great sports facilities for the youth of the day. We spend the rest of the afternoon inside reading and catching up with our maps for the rest of our trip! It's not stopped raining. Day 2. First thing this morning we set out on the bikes as it's sunny. Bit blooming fresh mind. It's like cycling in the UK. Rolling hills as green as you like dotted with cattle munching. We also actually got to ...
... it takes to make a little perfume. Next we drove along the spectacular Route Napoleon through the French Alps. Here’s a little history lesson: Napoleon escaped from his place of exile here and rode his horse with his troops to Paris in 7 days where he ruled for 100 days until he was defeated at Waterloo. (I think I have this story right.) We then stopped at Castleton for lunch. Ragia "marched" us to the town square where ...
... we started uphill again luckily we came across a bus shelter and took refuge and ate our scrumped peaches and apples while wondering what to do. After half hour or so the rain got light enough to venture out, kept seeing signs (in French of course) about a tunnel being closed overnight, is it up ahead? Well yes as we found out around the bend as there was a long queue of cars at some temporary lights, cycled ...