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Travel Blogs from Annecy
After spending one day in the beautiful city of Geneva, I've observed a few things:
1. Geneva is very similar to France; specifically the architecture, food, and language.
2. More Swiss people speak English and are willing to use it than in Paris.
... Victorinox Swiss Army Knife Store.
During the afternoon, the weather was beautiful so I walked along the lake for four hours. It was amazing to see the view of the lake, the boats, the old town building and the mountains in the background. The weather was so beautiful out, three Swiss men decided to do an extended polar bear dip with laps in the lake.
Dinner that night was hard to find. I knew going ...
... school) speak very well English. . Love the skiing, love the village, love the ease of access . Skiing looks relatively limited on paper but links to nearby Grand
Bornand and easy driving access to Chamonix/Megeve etc means you won't
I will not hesitate to recommend La Clusaz to anyone. Just come once, you fall in love with it ...
Annecy is a very mixed town, full of apartments, offices and many other things. Many of the people did not speak English very well because it's a small town. The town is built on waterways and it backs up to the Alps. The atmosphere in the old town is superb as typically French food shops merge seamlessly with designer stores, souvenir shops and every kind of bar/restaurant imaginable. I went for a walk to their Saturday street market and ...
... a typical alpine wasn't going to be happening today. Rather, it looked more like Kelowna or Southern California as we walked along the lakeside boardwalk. There were boat rentals, water skiing, peddle boats, virtually all sorts of aquatic activities for rent. No men in lederhosen blowing large horns and drinking beer from outrageously-sized steins. No goats, no extras from "Sound of Music". Nope, Just a bunch of beach dudes and dudettes with great tans. We walked to ...