Relais & Chateaux Flocons de Sel
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... br> village called Salvan. The building in these villages are original old and
typical Swiss chalet type. The roads are very narrow and all the buildings are
adorned with Geraniums and other flowers. Truly a very pretty sight.
From Salvan he began our descent which took us past an old
waterwheel driven mill that is still in action and then onto a very steep path
that has been paved with steps built out of the local rock. The path winds down
through a pine ...
... back but we eventually made it out. We then headed to another Aire location we had that was on our way to Strasbourg in a place called 'Mulhouse'. As we got closer Rich suspected he had got the co ordinate wrong so with even more driving we headed in the direction of Strasbourg. We ended up on a none toll Motorway and my butt which is now displaying a lovely black bruise and lower back was aching quite a bit at this point so we said the first available spot we see to park ...
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 ...
... we will have to pay a one off Swiss tax of over 40 euros and also do not have our passports on us. We have travelled just 9 Kms into Switzerland but far enough to see the cow bells, the cuckoo clocks and the Swiss chalets. Coming back to Chamonix we see amazing mountain scenery going through these villages. Later that day we go to La Houche and explore other areas around ...
... between 12-2.30pm. Eventually find one at the cost of 29 euros so begin the process of uploading photos to our blog. Chamonix is a very interesting town especially the people who are in it. It is 90 percent of people in their 20s and 30s with a smattering of older couples. It is a bit like the outdoor version of Les Mills - nearly everybody walks around with figure hugging outdoor wear. There must be 30 different outdoor clothing stores ...