Residence Le Ruitor
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... her back ) but looks like alls ok,gotta go she just cooked me dinner, what a gal !! 11th September. I'm losing track of my day's again. I was sure yesterday was my niece Sofia's Birthday but it was the day before. Yesterday was somewhat of a flop. We woke early and headed down to the prehistoric museum to find it didn't open till 10am. Had I been able there was a huge rock just to the side that we saw people climb up the face of and people appear at the very top, via a ...
... covered with a few rocky slopes interspersed where landslides have carried the trees away in the past, but the sheer size of them is just breathtaking. I am sure that there are hardy souls who climb them and since they do not appear particularly technical, I am sure that Shar and I could do it but WOW! I think it would take at least half a day of hard climbing just to get to the crest of the ridge above town....and the "mountains" go way way ...
... Headed off after delicious breakfast and making up our baguettes to take with us for lunch atop a mountain. Drove to Argentieres which is further down the valley from Chamonix, and caught the cable car lift up the mountain (1900 m) – our starting place for our hike called 'Point De Vue’ – up to the edge of the Argentiers glacier. Descriptions of the walk compared it to the Mer de Glace glacier we went to on Monday ...
WOW,WOW,WOW is all I can say to describe this mornings ride, we rode up hills and cruised back down with mighty mountains to our left and right. We were cycling through the mountains although there was still a few descent climbs for us. I got the biggest thrill and it really felt like an achievement to conquer some of these. Way up in the mountains you would think you would feel isolated - not in France there are small villages ...
Chamonix is only 14kms from the Swiss border and although deciding against going to Geneva, we wanted to see a bit of Switzerland. We drove up the valley from Chamonix to Argentiere and Vallorcine in France to Trient and La Forclaz at the top of the mountain pass looking down the valleys and open lands of Switzerland. We decided not to go to Martigny. We are aware that if we move onto ...