Chalet RoyAlp Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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... sarcasm Wade, so we got to stay in a hostel in Chamonix. We were greeted by our roommates Freddy and Liv from England. Since we only had one full day in Chamonix we hit the ground running and found a coffee shop right away. After fueling up, we took the cable car (which ascended to the top of the mountain in long strides, at one point you followed the long cables up with your eyes until they faded into the mountain not even able to see the ...
Today we visited Chateau Chillon , a 12th century castle. It has been restored to an amazing level. Think Larnach Castle x 5. It was huge and the highest tower equivalent to a modern seven storey house ! It was amazing, great insight into medieval life. This very picturesque Chateau but somewhat spooky building was just a 20 minute walk along the lakeside from where ...
... finally an elevator to the peak - the mountain itself was first climbed successfully only in the 1920's and it is still seen as a challenging climb to mountaineers today (the ones that don't take the cable car) <br style="color: rgb(102, 102, 102); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; line-height: 25.2000007629395px;">It is humbling standing at the top of the world and it is also freezing ...
... arrived to take us to Chamonix! I reckon if we found our way around today we can travel anywhere! Surprisingly it was only a 20 minute bus ride to Chamonix. We got fleeting views of glaciers and mountain tops just to tease us.It is now 9pm and we are settled in our little room after having a wander around Chamonix. When I say little I mean little! See the photos! They advertise "a view from every window". Well in our case I'm sure you could probably see ...
... got a great view over the castle and lake from above.
After we had explored the castle we decided that we would skip Lausanne for the time being. I had caught my usual September cold (despite not having 24 small children around me!) and didn't fancy hiking up and down through the town. We decided instead to head back to France and spend a day or two relaxing in camp and hopefully getting rid of my cold before meeting up with Dad & Tan. We drove ...