A la Pointe de Zinal
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Slow day today with a bit of shopping plus bike cleaning and bike packing up. The rain has set in for a while and hopefully it will fine up. Rain lifted and Ric, Davo and Muzza headed to Biella whilst the rest of us walked to Sordevolo. A stop at the market for meats and snacks followed by an ice cold dip in the Elvo and a quick ...
Pierre came and collected us at 7am and we headed to Champdepraz and about 45 hairpin turns later we arrived into Covarey. Well driven by Muzza. We had entered Parco Naturale del Monte Avic. The hike goal was Rifugio Barbustel being a 3.5 hour trek - we thought both ways but were wrong. Passing through the park pierre explained local facts and the park was once a private ...
... bad as cars lined up to get into the Great St Bernard Pass back to Switzerland.
Anyway, we arrived and were delighted with our Hotel Milleluci. There are only 4 couples here and it is a great spot for a free day.
Aosta does not do much for me as a place, but, apparently, is a great Winter skiing centre. The city centre trades on tourists visiting ancient Roman ruins, but ...
Sunday, 6/1/2014: It is time to say our goodbye's to Switzerland for tomorrow we fly to Copenhagen, Denmark where we will board the Royal Princes Ship. Thanks for keeping up with us on our journey so far. Please keep ...
So the Parisian parties turned out to be pretty damn good. The people treated me with an uninhibited enthusiasm like one would a rare exotic species. Being Australian always seems to help things around here, people seem to genuinely like Australians, or else they're just happy that you aren’t an American tourist. The first guy I met at the party started giving me drinks, coming from the parties at home I was expecting sometime to come and destroy me ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed