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... and some US exchange students, and towards the end of the week our new local Sparkies, which does super chicken wings and Nachos. On one particular night, an unnamed member of our family managed to leave her hair, jacket, keys and wallet in the pub and then couldn't get into the house so had to get the police to let her in who then came up to the apartment and woke me up to make sure that it was in fact her house. All goods were retrieved the ...
brings me delicious hot chocolate which revives me. We continue up the stairs
to the viewing platform and views are unbelievable and the sight will live with
us forever. Not nearly as cold as i thought it would be. Absolutely perfect
weather and we can see for 100's of klms. What a magical place this area was and we are
sorry to leave it and we set off at 6.30 am the
next morning in the ...
No notes, just that Refugio Berthone was at the top of a huge climb out of Courmayer. stopped for ice cream in town &a look around. Deb had convinced us we were staying in a hotel in town, so much disappointment . Earlier in the day we'd lunched in a ski village above Courmayer. Left Elizabetha lodge & walked along the Lac de Combal. Then straight up ...
Oops, no notes again! Refuge Elena quite new and modern. Large dorms but partitioned into bunks of 4. Located on a high ridge overlooking the valley, where we had a long break and arvo tea. Met some interesting groups of Italians, see the funny hats. It seems that all of Italy has these 2 weeks off, so the trails and refuges are full. Dinner in a lovely dining room, food pasta as usual. ...
... with a great view of the mountain and waited and waited…..
And waited and waited…. How we made a cappuccino and a slice of apple tart last 2 hours I’ll never know, but somehow we did. Whilst waiting it was interesting watching life pass by in this non-motorised village. No cars are allowed, all transportation is battery operated and the vehicles are all like Noddy cars – ...