Hotel Gourmets et Italy
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Aosta Valley and the mountains all around. There weren't any shops open during early afternoon, turns out italians can't live without siesta. Either way it was a great town and it might even be our next ski location. ...
... to find two connected pistes to spend the rest of the day. I have to say I've been quite impressed with the quality of a piste called ''les evettes'' in the Flegere area, it immediately became my favorite piste, mainly because of the width of the slopes.
Ski townwise Chamonix was dazzling with all the sports shops, (Mammut, North ...
Driving in the luxury of the Benz into Charmonix for lunch
and then through the Mont Blanc 11.6km tunnel into Italy is fantastic and we take the road
leading up and over the St Bernard Pass. it's the highest mountain road pass in Europe 2300 meters. Lucas has put that
car through its paces on the twisting turning switchback roads and scared the
**** out of me on the hairpin bends but ...
... all at once.
The early morning is brisk and bright and we stroll through the village admiring the colourful gardens and the cleanliness of it all. We will come back to Charmonix after we pick our son Ashley up from Geneva he is flying in from London where he is working for 2 years.We have not seen him for 8 months and we are looking forward to sharing our last week in France with him.
Off we go into Switzerland along a route that we do not have to pay ...
... walk back!
The walk itself was beautiful. It was nice to be out of the noise and hustle of the crowds and the silence was quite serene and peaceful. In all, the hike took us a bit over 2 ½ hours and was quite enjoyable. It was a shame the weather was overcast, as would have made for a great view of Mont Blanc and surrounding areas, but still managed to get some good shots. Also spotted a Marmot (apparently a large squirrel, which lives in burrows in ...