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We stayed in Chamonix for two weeks making day hikes from our hotel.I had stayed here twice before when doing the Tour of Mont Blanc.
Great to get the cable car up to Aiguille du Midi (3842m) and look over at Mont Blanc, its quite expensive so pick a day with a clear sky and go early.
We used the cicerone guide by Hilary Sharp "Mont …
... this week, so fingers crossed we will go skiing. Last Thursday we went to the local pub, nicknamed 'Blue Bar' purely because the outside light is blue- makes sense I guess. I walked up with hopes that quickly dissolved when I saw that there was only 4 people and the barmaid. A few 'vin rose' later and I thought it was time to head across to where a painfully attractive man was sat. Attempted to speak some French and he tried to speak some English. ...
... walk from the depot. TV set up in the flat which is pretty sweet but I'm having major internet troubles. I want to download movies onto my ipad that I can watch when I'm offline as I only get WIFI when I'm at work. Any ideas anyone?! I just want to be able to be in my room alone sometimes and watch a film! Many suggestions massively appreciated. My sister put on ...
... it allowed us to gather things without having to be concerned about weight or the limiting size of our bags, now the car is gone we have to get back to 23kg per bag and 7kg for each piece of hand luggage. Next week we head off to Geneva en route to Russia, so we'll need to have it all sorted out by then.
Today we ticked something off everyone's bucket list (and if it's not on yours it should be!). We went to the top of the Aiguille Du Midi in Chamonix, France.
It is located 3842m above sea level, and the closest you can get to Mont Blanc without climbing. To get to the top, it is a combination of 2 gondolas and then a 42m elevator ride through rock. We caught the first gondola from the centre of town and we were packed in like sardines. There were over 60 people all standing ...