Hotel Chalet Alpage
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stopped by Cousin Stephen and Kim's home for morning coffee (I didn't want to leave) and onto the Liverpool Maritime Museum. Specifically to see the Titanic Exhibition. That night we went onto Rotherham to see our Bell Family (Cousins). We got to meet Gemma and Cara for the first time and both are gorgeous. The night was splendid and again, I didn't want it to finish. Moving onto Thursday and we stayed in York for two days. We took ...
... a new pair of fingerless gloves for Helen, as she had left the beautiful Gore Bikewear ones that I had bought her for Christmas at home, instead bringing an old pair that had no padding.
Near the bottom of the valley there is a long stretch of road in the shadow of the mountain on the left and hemmed in by woodland on the right. It got quite chilly for a while, so the arms came out for the rest of the descent.
Descending steep, windy roads on a tandem is tiring. ...
... the tram back to Geneva CBD, walked around the lakeside, had a drink lakeside then back to room for a rest. Dinner at Chinese restaurant opposite the train station. Went to Brittania pub for a show - ACDC cover band, not very good. Very cold ...
... chalets outlined with Christmas lights looked like fairy tale ginger bread houses..
La Clusaz was packed with families with most congregated in the main square for a children's Christmas concert accompanied by loud theme music and then a finale of fireworks. Everyone was rugged up against the zero degree temperature with most adults including us taking advantage of the free gluhwein to gain some ...
... the train tickets were €82. Considering our alternative was to stay in Marseille for five nights, I think we made out alright.
We got the TGV fast train to Geneva and luckily Sarah has a friend named Sali who lives here in Geneva. She was nice enough to let all three of us stay at her flat for tonight (even though she doesn’t know me from Adam!), and it seems to have all worked out ...