Hotel Le Chamonix
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This hotel was clean and tidy and great value for money. Staff extremely friendly
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Woke up at 7:40am; mostly sunny, warm, light rain shower in late afternoon in Chamonix (25C) Croissants from Boulangerie near hotel --- Le Grenier a Pain Left for Chamonix at 9:00am (€8.40 for tolls); arrived in Chamonix at 10:20am Parked in Medateque lot (€13) Took a cable car up Aiguille Midi (€228) --- stopped at a mid-point & changed cars to the summit; Met a couple guys ...
... can describe what you see, when driving. The towns, the villages perched on the mountain side, the streams running along side the road side. The old house and church here and there, it was unbelievable. To feel free and be away in clean air is wonderful.
On this side the trip to Turin wasn't too long which was good.
We walked 6 hours this day. From Les Diablerets to Villars-sur-Ollon. The day started off sunny and glistening with quickly thawing snow. The green plants, flowers and birds were springing back with a vengeance against the unwelcome breath of winter.
The trails were wet with snow and slush and mud making the uphill stretches tougher than they had been. At one point the trail itself disappeared beneath the snows ...
... spent 2 days travelling back to UK and again decided to take the back roads and avoid the tolls. It was a long 2 days but was totally worth it when you end up travelling through the Champagne region surrounded by lush forests, grape vines wineries, endless sunflower fields and small French towns that are surrounded by moats, castle walls & towers. It was a perfect way to end our French road ...
... day was Jono getting slapped by some fiesty Italians after they broke his stein.
Day two saw some seriously committed stein consumption, gee whiz we got stuck in hard. The old hands ensured we got there early enough to get a seat in one of the bigger tents so we could drink comfortably all day. I must have proceeded to eat everything in sight once we hit the rides. Oktoberfest was a truly amazing experience, I'd encourage everyone to do it ...