Belambra Clubs - Les Jardins de la Balme
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... out a “whoo” sound not unlike what you would hear on a roller coaster. This roller coaster like feeling was much more like a free-fall feeling on the way down as opposed to just a bumpy rock on the way up.
Once at ground level, our guide led us through the charming streets of Chamonix to an Italian brasserie, which included lunch as part of our tour. It would turn into our main meal of the day. A ...
Written by James:
On Tuesday, Mum and I went down to do shots on goal (soccer) and we met two really nice boys from Paris - Esteban and Emilio. We tried to go ice skating but the rink was closed, so we went to the library instead. We all went to the games area and built a tower. Then, we had the best ice cream ever. Later that night we went to see a French move called "Le Petit Prince".
On Wednesday, ...
We drove from La Clusaz to Chamonix. As expected it was very busy!! We tried a couple of camp sites with no success, so headed to the next little town called Argentiere. It's about 10km from Chamonix. We got one of the last flat spots at the camp site! We set up then wandered into Argentiere. A beautiful little ski town. We grabbed a cold beer and enjoyed the view of the mountains. Dad is flying over from the UK tomorrow afternoon to join us for about 10 ...
... Dentist with a crossbow. One after another they soon departed the lane, providing us another good 15 minutes of hard swimming, unencumbered by any further distractions, until the onset of cramp for me.
As I got out of the water, a voice from above me enquired “bonne natation?”. With a wry smile it seems the life guard had been watching our antics all along. *******.
So perhaps there isn’t a need to designate the lanes in this country after ...
Steffie was really keen to go and see one of the big mountains in the Alps, while we were staying here in Switzerland. It became a choice between Mont Blanc, the tallest mountain in the Alps and the Matterhorn, the mountain shaped like a toblerone. Or was it the other way around?
For some reason or another, we settled on the Mont Blanc which meant a day trip to France and back. We got up and had a good breakfast and were in the car at 9am for the hour and a ...