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Travel Blogs from Saint-Sorlin-d'Arves
... even have that?
There are a lot of toll highways
At breakfast you get a bowl and must decide if you want to use it for coffee or for cereal....I took 2 bowls anyways
The coffee and bread continue to be delicious
New French words:
cālin = cuddly (there was a lengthy discussion on cats)
amerissage = landing over water
arobase = at sign (@)
Zoé (yep, I've gone French)
... metres and boy was I on some tiny roads, imagine a tarmaced footpath, very high up with no barriers.....if I'd have ahd my eyes open i'd have been scared.....
But just delightful scenery, photos added for your pleasure......
So mugging one, I stopped for fuel in Italy, it was an unmanned automatic kind of thing, I stuck my 20 Euro note in the machine and followed the English instructions....no petrol...I go back to the ...
... croissants in an upmarket cafe. They didnt want us in there did they. We pay our bill, smile and say Merci, remember Agincourt.
We then hop aboard the TGV bound for MIlan. It's big, comfy and not too full. It's going to be a 7 hour trip.
As we leave the station, the Grand Station's rear end has been blighted by yet more graffiti.
It's as if the ...
... where I purchased some new walking boots to replace my 20 year old ones.
Virginie wanted to make the most of the sun that had appeared so she took us on a short walk. We drove 15 mins and walked for just under an hour. Our rest day ended in a walk that was mainly up hill at the end...but Michelle's pace did mean we were going at ...
... around but we found the cross!
Virginie decided that we needed to take a route down that she had never done before! As we descended, the cloud moved and the sun was out...and she was right, there were some fantastic views and we saw some chamonix. Thee were parts of the walk where we were walking along ridges, something that did not agree ...