TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aujon Flaine
Travel Blogs from Flaine
... crowded restaurant where I had the most delusions chicken in cream truffle sauce topped off with marinated strawberries, ice cream and crushed meringue, John had a beautiful steak and chips. Once we got to the Eiffel we realised being a weekend the queues were long so we decided to come back tomorrow after we have booked on-line which means we can jump to the front ...
... It’s had its difficulties and some pretty tough and low moments, but overall I feel fortunate to have been able to have such a truly good break and thus feel stronger and more accepting of my situation.
I’m not looking forward to walking into an empty house in Manly, but it’s something I must confront and after being so spoiled over the last five weeks, I should be much better prepared for ...
... but nowhere as dramatic or as satisfying as most I did
My hotel is
right in the centre of Megeve right on the motor vehicle free pedestrian walkway.
After a good soak in a hot bath I had a couple of beers sitting out the front
of the hotel right beside the walkway. Helen and John had warned me that you
almost had to wear a fur coat to promenade in winter in this village, ...
... cheese and some crackers and enjoyed them on the hotel's 2nd floor terrace.
Tuesday 9/16 - Tuesday began in bright sunshine - clear, crisp with a slight touch of fall in the air. Throughout the old town there is a farmer's market on Tuesday's mornings where all the locals come to buy their meats, cheeses, fruits and veggies.
Next we rented bikes and took a ...
... although the temptations are still running wild here. The three of them seem to be having a hard time understanding my special diet and how it is helping me. Oh well, this is my life and I know I need to do what is best for me. The good news is that most of the time I'm cooking for myself (and Marko and Lionel too) so I can control what I eat much more. In addition to all of that, just settling down and establishing a regular routine for my body is slowly ...