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After breakfast, we met our guide for the day, Attilio. He was a hon not a hun and took awesome care of us throughout the day. We tooled up to Chamonix-Mont Blanc in air conditioned comfort, which was a welcome relief on a day of high heat and humidity. As we pulled up to the ticket sales building, the line was at least 300 yards long with an approximate wait of 2-3 hours just get a boarding pass for the cable car. Attilio ...
... hours we had a baguette, then walked 1hr down the mountain back to camp. In the afternoon we went to Chamonix and booked a guided tour for some hiking and mixed climbing up at Aiguille du Midi tomorrow morning. So excited!! We hired our gear, bought the most delicious pastry, met our guide, then took the bus back to camp. An awesome ...
... br> According to our guide book, the excellent 'Cycling in the French Alps' by Paul Henderson, the next few stages through the Haute Alpes will be busy too, so we'd better get used to it. Hopefully there will be fewer white vans haring around over the weekend.
Most of the landscape is green and lush on this section - I guess it's not called the Vallée Verte for nothing. There is a lot of cycling in wooded areas, we're not that high yet.
We fancied a ...
... catch the train and head once more back to the capital of Europe.
My birthday has again occurred at a huge turning point in my life. On my birthday last year I had two job interviews, one, which was very successful and led me to the greatest 6 months I have ever had being employed. That role gave me new direction and focus in where I wanted to head in my career. It gave me enormous confidence in my abilities, and myself and replaced what had previously ...
... of red. Lovely way to spend the afternoon. The French tend to celebrate Christmas on Christmas Eve, having their main meal of celebration then and even exchanging presents then I believe. I head up to get changed thinking I'll stroll through the village again, perhaps go to the 7:30 church service then find somewhere for dinner. The church service was packed so after wandering around I decide I'll head back and eat at the motel. After ...