Hotel Ducs de Savoie
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... so I will work abroad until those are done with, as I somehow need to pay to get to NYC and back for one wedding! After that is when the travelling really begins! And I cannot wait. I HOPE and PRAY that my best friend is able to join me in Italy next year and we can travel the world like we have said we will do for the past ten years! And to the boys who inspired me to get up and go, THANK YOU! I'm not quite doing it on your level yet but, I'll ...
Continued to head south of Madrid to Spain's Mediterranean coast to visit a desert area where many of Hollywood’s classic westerns were made in the old days. We were told it was an area worth visiting by a couple of Germans we bumped into. By Australian standards pretty ordinary, but for Europeans something quite different.
We followed the coast in a north east direction towards France for a while but quickly lost interest. This is not to say that there ...
... for beautiful views of the surrounding mountains, a couple of paragliders, and the fresh new snow on all the peaks.
This will be our last entry for this trip! If you've been reading along - thanks! We have had a wonderful trip and enjoyed the company of good friends Cindy and Ted McCord on these last 2 weeks of it!
Bonsoir for now! (off to have some raclette and tartaflette for dinner!)
... it, even though it was another 1000m above us. The view all around us was incredible. The sky was so blue and the snow was so white. It was absolutely picture-perfect and it was also FREEZING.
We stood in the famous 'glass void'. It took a little convincing for some of our family members to do it (not the boys!), but we stepped into the void which is literally a large glass box hanging on the side of the mountain, 3842m above the ground. You can see over 1000m straight down ...
... The sound was intense as it cut through the stillness and silence of the place. We ate lunch at the railway station, still in awe of what we had just done.
After exploring the historic hotel and it's museum, we caught the cog railway back down the mountain. Sam and Amandine joined us back at the apartment, and we went to a lovely Italian restaurant for dinner (we figured we weren't far from the Italian border!).