I was fortunate to be able to visit Annecy, to attend a conference for work. The conference was at the Imperial Palace, where we also stayed:

My room offered a fantastic view over Lake Annecy, the purest lake in Europe.

On the opening night of the conference, we dined on a boat on the lake, and on the last night, we dined in the Chateau d’Annecy, a 15th Century castle. The pre-dinner entertainment consisted of a pair of fire-jugglers:

Molten Thames

Flying back into London Luton airport at 8:30am, I got some amazing views of Southern England, and caught this great view of London in the morning light – the low sun made the Thames look like freshly poured molten gold. You can see the Thames Flood Barrier, The Millennium Dome, City Airport, Tower Bridge, and the Thames Estuary.

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Molten Thames

We flew across France at 40,000ft to avoid turbulence; the altitude we kept coming across the channel gifted us some great views of Southern England, as well as some great ice crystals.

Ice Crystals on Airplane Window