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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... version, has only 13k's on the clock when we picked it up. Back to Chamonix and we popped down to watch the Climbing World Cup. We were drinking a beer, sitting in the square and life was pretty grand. Check out the guy hanging on the Zlagboard. This was attracting all the macho-men. We returned after dinner went to watch the final. Who would have thought climbing would have been so exhilarating. Birthday in the Family tomorrow. ...
We finished another long day, from Champex, Switzerland. This is the northern most point on the TMB trail. About 3 hours into our hike, in the middle of a cow pasture high above the valley we encountered the Alp Bovine cafe! It was almost at the high point of our hike today. We had a sandwich and. Old drink there before continuing to Hotel De La Forclaz. The hike ...
... 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. ...
... 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 ...
... of Geneva which Des and I had missed in our wanderings. This area still retains part of the city dating back to mid 1800. Geneva was operational as a city back to the Roman times but the city was virtually demolished in 1851 and rebuilt. This is what is now the old city. This was the only place that he took us that we had not seen . I think he was a little surprised with our local knowledge because he really did not do very much at all. This walk was ...