Hotel Des Deux Domaines
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... 8221; lasted approximately 90 minutes before it was time to board the cog rail train to Mer du Glace. We were able to the abrasive effects of a former glacier on the geography of the mountain. It looked almost like a quarry.
After our two Alpine excursions, a nice meal, and a brief walk through the town, Attilio whisked us back to the heat and humidity of Geneva, where we promptly crashed and burned to regain our ...
... around town and went to the Saturday market. I also met Bruno, who runs my league for Ice Hockey. I have 3 trainings per week and 22 games in the season all around the region. There are two teams in my age group and NOW 3 goalies. We thought there was only one and I was going to be the second goalie. You can speak English in the changing room and also while you are in the car with a french speaking person.
We drove from La Clusaz to Chamonix. As expected it was very busy!! We tried a couple of camp sites with no success, so headed to the next little town called Argentiere. It's about 10km from Chamonix. We got one of the last flat spots at the camp site! We set up then wandered into Argentiere. A beautiful little ski town. We grabbed a cold beer and enjoyed the view of the mountains. Dad is flying over from the UK tomorrow afternoon to join us for about 10 ...
We left Annecy and headed to La Clusaz, a ski village between Annecy and Chamonix. Quite a big little village. We wandered around, wished we could buy many outdoor things! bought a baguette for lunch and continued up the road to the big car park where the hikes start. Absolutely stunning 360degree views! We'll definitely stay here tonight :) We hit the ...
... and start flowing. Unfortunately this didn’t happen. An new iterant joined the lane midway, and did his best to reduce the average speed of all concerned with a painfully slow breast stroke, and I was forced to sprint past him to avoid tapping his toes all the way to the end. It took another length to settle.
Around the 500 m mark a new swimmer, with the physique of a seasoned athlete, joined us. It was quickly apparent that this new guy was serious. He ...