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... 32 degrees Fahrenheit, and the sun was beaming down enough to keep us warm.
We took our time, stopping for a drink at the intermediate level. There, people were free to walk around. We saw donkeys as well as people who had set up a tent. There were hikers and climbers all over the place, even at the very top. When the cable cars suddenly dipped and started swinging after passing over the support towers, the ...
We were very excited to see blue sky when we woke up! Since the wether was good we decided to take the cablecar up Grands Montets. We only went half way and got off at Lognan (1972m) and hiked for 45mins to the Glacier d'Argentiere. It was beautiful! Mat did an extra little hike up to the snow line. After enjoying the serenity for a ...
... about 5 hours before the pros.
The pass has been used 39 times in the Tour de France, most recently in 2010, which makes it sounds a bit like a national lottery ball.
There are a few tacky cafes and souvenir shops at the top. We stopped for a photo or two then started our descent.
The downhill bit is quite tricky on a tandem. There are lots of steep turns, the right-handers especially are best taken slowly. We stopped in a sports shop and managed to ...
... for our Christmas Eve celebrations and dinner. As Christmas Eve is a major family night in France we had great trouble finding a restaurant open but at the recommendation of my landlady we managed to get into one of the top restaurants in the region. The Christmas lights in La Clusaz and other villages which were not apparent in daylight became spectacularly alive as we drove up in the black winter's night. On the ...
... chocolate bars. No cheap tasting chocolate either. We fly over snow capped mountains as we come to land, and while we stand on the tarmac waiting for our courier bus to take us to the airport, all around us are the beautiful Swiss alps. Just Devine!
Geneva is made for visitors, or maybe it's just the Swiss's reputation for structure and organisation kicking in, but access to transport and the city is simple. The train station is right below the airport, with a 6 ...