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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... We came across where the kids were sledding and talked to a chap who let Liam borrow his sled. He thought it was just the best thing ever. You could hire sleds so we decided to catch the later train and for €7.00 Liam sled his little heart out. Rob & I couldn't miss a chance either. Liam is such a dare devil, it doesn't take him long to get the hang of things, then he tries all different maneuvers not caring if he crashes. I asked him what was ...
Up early to head into Chamonix and catch the bus to Italy to visit Aosta.
The first part of the trip took us about 18 minutes to ride through the incedibly long tunnel under Mont Blanc, but when you come out the other side, you are in Italy. We changed buses in Courmayer, Italy (which we had hiked through a few days before) for a local bus to Aosta. Along the way, the bus stopped in ...
What a day - if I'd had a Euro for every time I muttered "wow" under my breath I would be a rich man.... and something more to describe to Steve than "field of rice on the left, field of rice on the right..."! The mountain scenery on the way up to the Col du Grand St Bernard has been stupendous. At one point I looked towards the bank at the side and saw a marmot at ...
Today we decided to be kind to ourselves and depart from the guidebook, spliting the next stage into two days. It would have been grueling otherwise: a 12 mile trek with 3000 feet of elevation gain. Instead we we had just a three and half hour walk to our next destination.
Along the way, a light sprinkle of rain ...
... of the entire trip.
Bonatti was one of the better refuges, and even though we slept in a dorm it was an enjoyable place to stay. The etiquette at the refuges is that you remove your hiking boots near the entry -- there's usually some kind of "mud room" or tiny place to store your boots in a cubbyhole. You walk around the place in sandals until it's time to leave.