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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... imagine rock-climbing at that altitude, we were breathing hard after climbing the stairs. Next stop was the Mer de Glace, Europe's longest glacier resting in the valley between high peaks. After a train and another cable car we were greeted with the sight of the glacier with its pockets of frozen blue ice and the sight of the hundreds of stairs we had to climb down to get to the ice cave (our destination). Most impressive were the skiers ending ...
... of laughter. Turns out the first french lady was not telling her about putting her head under the water....she assumed she was the new head instructor. So everybody has the giggles and Penny is invited for coffee and lunch after the class. Tres Bon.
Celebrated our 32nd wedding anniversary in the snow of the Swiss Alps. A truly magical day. Just look at the photos.
So after another roller coaster fortnight in the Alps we have had enough. ...
We were up bright and early again this morning because Chamonix was finally opening today! We ended up having to wait ages for the bus but it didn't take long to get to the slope. We had to catch a massive gondola up to the ski fields and they crammed about 50 people inside! No room to move at all but it got us there in the end. We decided to start on a blue run to build up the confidence but it ended up being a really good run with nice snow so we stayed there for quite awhile. ...
... the-ground type toilet. I think these must be easier to keep clean than the sit-down type. Either that or it is deemed important that no man, woman or child in this land should miss out on that rite of passage which is squatting when needing the toilet.
So that was that. The I discovered that metal theft is rife in France too and so forgot about washing my hands under a ...
... it warmed us a little for the cold night ahead in the tent. Our night in a tent in Chamonix was probably the coldest night yet. It was 8 degrees when we woke up, so we wrapped up warm, brewed a coffee on our camping bistro and set off for the cable cart up to get a closer look at Mont Blanc. Our day pass was a bargain at twice the price. After the magnificent view up top, we took the train down and walked into an ...