Arcadien Hotel & Spa
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... afraid of slipping or falling off so we went and sunbathed for a while instead. The evening consisted of catching up on the internet which included a good chat with my Mum on skype followed by a championship round of cards as it was going to be our last night all together. Jan was the winner, followed by a close second from Rich, then Chris and me last. Jan shared the winners bar of chocolate before we all went to bed listening to the thunder storm that had set in an hour ...
... dominated the view, blocking our way like an imposing wall. What a mountain! It is hard to even describe the size of these peaks-- at an elevation of almost 15,000 feet, Mont Blanc dwarfs everything!
It has stopped raining now and our wine bottle is mysteriously empty. ( perhaps someone drank it when we weren't looking?) We are ready to venture down the street again to look for a restaurant open for dinner. Bon appetit! Let's talk again tomorrow!
... breath)! Found a shady spot next to / under a big boulder and munched happily on our baguettes while looking out over the glacier.
Mitch then sped off on a run back down the trail with plans to continue along another stretch of the grand balcons hiking trails, while I made my way down slowly with back pack and walking poles. Mitch quite out of breath at the end of his run (lots of uphill at the end) – so both quite happy ...
... Savioe Region is truly beautiful - home of the Rebluchon cheese and the Montbeliate cow.
I feel alive, I feel alive I sang as pedaling along, the villages had running water that was portable so we could fill our bottles and drink to our hearts content – oh I love this part of France. There are loads of cycle routes all of varying difficulties mainly red or black – meaning fit or athletic!! We had a mixture of the ...
Chamonix is only 14kms from the Swiss border and although deciding against going to Geneva, we wanted to see a bit of Switzerland. We drove up the valley from Chamonix to Argentiere and Vallorcine in France to Trient and La Forclaz at the top of the mountain pass looking down the valleys and open lands of Switzerland. We decided not to go to Martigny. We are aware that if we move onto ...