Hotel les Soldanelles
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I've been to a lot of ski towns in the Alps over the past five years and I must say the ski town of Chamonix was by far the best I've been to. I'm afraid I can't say the same thing about ski pistes. There were four ''domaines skiables'' and we haven't had time to explore all of them. So we decided to ski in Brevent Flegere and Les Grands Montets ...
... to the structures including an extra wall for protection against intruders (although it was only rushed once by the Bernese who wanted to free their prisoners) and increasing the height of the main tower. At the time, it's strategic location was a main access route for travelers and trade coming from and going to Italy. The castle is equipped with three courtyards, sentry walkway, the main tower, numerous bedrooms, a crypt, a torture room, dungeons, 'bathrooms', a church, grand halls, ...
... all at once.
The early morning is brisk and bright and we stroll through the village admiring the colourful gardens and the cleanliness of it all. We will come back to Charmonix after we pick our son Ashley up from Geneva he is flying in from London where he is working for 2 years.We have not seen him for 8 months and we are looking forward to sharing our last week in France with him.
Off we go into Switzerland along a route that we do not have to pay ...
Another fantastic day on the piste. So much fun! We headed up the mountain just before 11 on a beautiful sunny morning. Straight up the chairlift and on to the green/red run. Bit sore after yesterday so took a little while to get back into the swing of it. James and Emma sat out the second run while Toby and I went down again with Sue and Andy. Then we thought we would tackle the blue run before lunch. What ...
... there would be no 'easy’ start. Heading north away from Lake Leman inevitably meant heading uphill, before roadworks blocked off part of the cycle route I was following, resulting in an ascent to the 1000m summit of Mt Pelerin before I could return to the cycle route on the other side of the mountain. In the hazy 25 degree sunshine it made for a very tough mornings ride.