Ski Chalet

Address: les Outalays, Le Grand-Bornand, Haute-Savoie, Rhône-Alpes, 74450, France | B&B
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This B&B is located on les Outalays, Le Grand-Bornand.
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        Travel Blogs from Le Grand-Bornand

        Wales and England 16-30 Oct

        A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Oct 31, 2015

        14 photos

        ... out everything about the area. Well done Neville - despite your technical problems you delivered a very interesting, insightful presentation. It's now Sunday and we drove to Cumbria to see my Cousin Laura and Family. An interesting tour of the region by Dominic and a delightful pub lunch. My "tourist" highlight was going to Alnwich Castle (Northumberland). Harry Potter movie 1 and 2 were partly filmed here. What an outstanding ...


        A travel blog entry by susanfeather08 on Mar 28, 2015

        4 photos

        Breakfast in room, walked to train station to see about a trip to Le Cerque, decided not to go, walked to Old Town of Geneva, caught the tram to Plan De Palais, trash & trivia market, then cheese fondue and Vin Chaud (mulled wine) for ...

        Day 8 (3-20-15)

        A travel blog entry by bradshawch on Mar 20, 2015

        ... mountains because I know how much he loves them and I know he would've been loving every second we were up there. After taking MANY photos, we took the cable car back down the mountain, which took about 30-45 minutes. At the base of the mountain was the small, charming town of Chamonix. It's exactly what you would imagine if you though of a Swiss village. The architecture was beautiful and very Swiss, unlike anywhere else in the world. The votes from the ...

        Sheldon Would Be in Heaven

        A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 06, 2014

        ... you that. I had forgotten that most train lines followed the rivers. Of course, rivers are in the valleys, and the trains ran next to the valleys. Good strategy.

        Sidelight: Sandy wants to give a shout-out to our good friend Dee Ely from the Big Red Marching Machine Days who, in 1997 during our BRMM Ireland trip introduced her to the propane curling iron. No need to worry about your curling iron working in another country...just take ...


        A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 20, 2014

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... 8221; at La Colombiere. So we had an afternoon break to experience this fun, tasty tradition...delicious, freshly baked waffles topped with Nutella and chantilly (whipped cream).

        The final thing Abby wanted us to experience was the view from the top of the highest run – “le Tête des Annes” at an elevation of 1869 m. You can see all the way to Mont Blanc from up there. We made our way as far as we could, but by the time we got to the ...