Chalet Bluebell Les Gets
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- Continental Breakfast
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Today was the final day of our tour, but sadly we could not hike due to pouring rain. Luckily we are at a nice hotel in an actual town (Charmonix) which is a good place for a day off. We've all been relaxing Ryan on his phone and I spending an enjoyable day reading on the kobo. Mom and dad have just been walking around. That ...
... by a challenge we headed up to the glacier. It took about an hour and at the Chalet, we stopped and had lunch - great salad made fresh from the owners garden with goat cheese from the town we had just left. Delicious! As we had come a different route, we had to continue climbing up to Les Grand Dessus and then traverse around the mountain to the col de Balme. This all took a lot longer than originally planned, but we finally made it to the col. We had ...
This morning was an early start (6 AM) to catch the TGV train to Geneva. We had to take the metro to Paris Lyon, where we bought lunch for on the train, and then caught it to Switzerland. It was a bit slower than the Eurostar and took around 4:30. Otherwise it all went smoothly though. Once in Geneva, we caught the tram to CERN, the end of the line, and were slowly transferred ...
I'm no train expert, but I'm pretty sure that trains come to platforms and those that go to docks are...
"EVERYONE! WE HAVE TO GET TO THE BOAT!"
Imagine, if you will, BOB Jr hauling %***#% down the rail pal form to the docks with 1 kiddo, 2 back packs, Talia gleefully running beside me in her sweetly coordinated and 'doesn't the wind make her dress Sooooo swishy' outfit beside the lovely and coordinated Angela who serenaded us in ...
... an itinerary and looking after them. I have to say that my (unfounded) impression of Germans was way off mark and the group from Germany endeared themselves to everyone. So, off to the train in Vevey to head for Geneva and my last couple of days. I travelled with a New Zealander, and if I expected any help with my luggage I realized that he had more trouble heaving his own cases and bags onto the train that doesn't stop long! We fell on to the train more ...