Champs Avalins Hotel
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The last few days have been amazing. The tourist office in Contamines, France helped us book our lodgings for the next several days so we are on our way again. At the next refuge, a British couple took a picture of us having a beer after our days hike. In the morning we headed out to the col which is the high mountain pass that takes us down into the next Valley. Some stretches of the trail are strenuous, but we find we are getting stronger every day. the scenery ...
... opportunity of using the facilities available before we set off. We arrived at an Aire quite close to the centre of Strasbourg about 9.30am. It is free parking but a chap named Pierre who was so accommodating even though he couldn't speak a word of English, and his wife look after the area and gave advise on how to get into the city. We were soon set up and our way to catch a short bus ride followed by a tram into the city centre. Having blue sky's and some occasional ...
Our last day in Chamonix. Woke up as saw the sun shining – YAY. Went out and opened the curtains and sure enough patchy cloud but quite a nice day (not as clear as our first day, but there is still time).
Looked at the time – Holy &$%#. Its 8 o'clock. Sam woke up just after that, but apparently had been awake earlier and saw me still asleep. Oh well, better get ...
Chamonix is only 14kms from the Swiss border and although deciding against going to Geneva, we wanted to see a bit of Switzerland. We drove up the valley from Chamonix to Argentiere and Vallorcine in France to Trient and La Forclaz at the top of the mountain pass looking down the valleys and open lands of Switzerland. We decided not to go to Martigny. We are aware that if we move onto ...
... including Icebreaker from NZ. The influx of fit, young tanned people may have been enhanced by the ultra trail Mont Blanc events running at this time. Anne and I also notice a large exhibit of 70-80 separate booths all either promoting the latest outdoor clothing and accessories or promoting the world wide schedule of trail events which seem to be booming all over the world. The one in NZ next year will be Tawawera and Kaweru. Anne and ...