Hotel Le Faucigny
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Travel Blogs from Chamonix
... up here - going to the market for lunch and happy hour supplies - walking around to get the feel of this place - and unpacking for 3 days (imagine that?!). We met another guest, Peggy and enjoyed our happy hour with her . . She has been over here in Europe for 6 weeks helping various people with household and farming chores in exchange for housing and food. She has been all over Europe. Pretty interesting . . . And then, we ...
... mountains right outside our doorstep! We are excited! Went into the town of Aosta this afternoon to get supplies for happy hour and hiking/biking food and already had our first happy hour at 4:30. A little early - so we are planning another one at 7:00! :-). Dinner is at eight! So far - so good. We are missing Avi, who had planned to spend this part of our adventure with us . . Assume he is being well taken care of in NYC by Dan and ...
... thanks to the tourist office. I had stopped in a village for a much needed lunch. Could find plenty of bars and restaurants but no shops. Didn't help that I had no idea what the Italian for shop is of course. Eventually I went into what I thought was a cafe to discover that it was a very small bakery selling slabs of stodge labelled pizza and small biscuits of various kinds. The need for fuel meant I had to get the pizza and a couple of the ...
... very special about climbing on your own amongst big mountains, especially snow-covered ones. A couple of interesting moments. The first was when my GPS indicated that I had wandered about 2 miles off my route. Somewhat distressing as I had been descending for quite a while. I would have to retrace my steps to where I went off-route. Luckily before I went very far I realised that the GPS was giving a ...
Wettest day so far. Only 13 miles but felt a lot longer. These Alps are not flat. And when you get a railway, a river, a major road and a footpath all trying to get through a gorge the easiest way is to send the footpath all over the place. Made for some interesting locations. Every now and then my rucksack threatened to give me more momentum at a tricky spot than I really wanted. Still, all safely negotiated and in truth I think the books were being a little ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility