Chalet Hotel Les Blancs
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... up in his rain gear and soft shell jacket too. It wasn't long before we stopped on the side of the road and he was peeling off his many layers expressing how he was reaching a freak out hot point. We continue to cruise down the switchbacks enjoying the new view we have of endless mountain peaks as we follow the now single lane road down the pass. The road infrastructure had changed drastically from the roads in France. Prior to Italy we had smooth paved roads with huge ...
... myself and a drive to try harder making it to the top. We entered the pass at 800m and climbed to 1400m in about 6kms taking us about 2.5 hours. It was rather slow going. We were aiming to make it to the 1500m mark and call it a day, but we hadn't seen a sign posted in forever so we started looking for a good place to pull off and set up camp. We poked around a switchback and came across a perfect hiking/mountain biking trail that followed along side ...
... options we agree that it be best to start the climb up the gorge and find somewhere to camp along the way if we don't make it all the way through this evening. As it turns out the sequence of events worked in our favour. We had the gorge to ourselves majority of the time, ran into minimal construction and knocked off a huge chunk of our next day's climb. The first few switchbacks immediately took me back to the first pass we did up to Vielha, the ...
... ingest regurgitated baby food?" We decide we all like the regurgitated baby food and fight over the cerise and abricot flavours. By late afternoon "pass a regurgitated baby food sachet please" is too difficult to say. It's truncated to "baby vomit" and later to just "vomit".
Jonathan and I press on doggedly all day but with 8k uphill to go, I am flagging. Accustomed to public speaking, he turns to give me ...
... a mobile milking setup for 4 cows at a time , which can be moved around the mountain depending on where the cows are grazing. An incredible sight to see! & hear with the cows wearing bells to locate them. We have met the cheese maker & look forward to making cheese with the fresh milk tomorrow A dinner at the refuge of gnocchi & Castel Magno cheese, guinea fowl & some lovely wines ended what was a fascinating day. Looking forward to ...