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Old 10 January 2019, 02:23   #11
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We have booked Annecy! Have a villa on the water with mooring!

Going the first week of August, so there for the fireworks!



Expect pictures when we get back!



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Fantastic, I look forward to the pictures. Despite being green with envy!
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Are the waterside restaurants happy for boats to turn up for food, ok with mooring up?
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Are the waterside restaurants happy for boats to turn up for food, ok with mooring up?
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I canít advise on that Adam as we didnít do so.

Other that to say that I think the vast majority of pontoons are private. But if it belongs to the restraint and they want your euro you would expect so..

Might be worth emailing a couple that take your fancy - I strongly advise booking ahead anyhow as it gets quite busy in the summer months.
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I canít advise on that Adam as we didnít do so.

Other that to say that I think the vast majority of pontoons are private. But if it belongs to the restraint and they want your euro you would expect so..

Might be worth emailing a couple that take your fancy - I strongly advise booking ahead anyhow as it gets quite busy in the summer months.


P.s. if you fancy a meal with a slightly different experience and have a 4x4 I recommend a restaurant at the top of a mountain on the south east of the lake.

The last 2 mile or so is a dirt track up the mountain side.

Itís a dairy farm and whilst the menu is limited itís very local, cooked by the farmers wife.

We ate in a converted half of the barn whilst the cows were being milked the other side of the wall. I loved the sound of cowbells and mooing! People travel there to buy the cheese which is quite something.

Itís called Restaurant le chalet de líaulp.

Col de L'Aulp, 74210 Montmin, France

An awesome drive, great views over the lake and a great way to cool off for a while when it get too hot on the lake.
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