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... the dining room for dinner. 8:00. It's a pretty rustic dining room but the food they serve is anything but! This place tries to be self sufficient and they basically live off their land. They raise their own animals and grow all their own fruit and veggies. The seven course meal we had here last night was very very good! Not huge amounts at any one time - but many different courses. The main course was rabbit and Tom just could ...
... to viewing the movie Elliot has made as we've traveled throughout Piedmont. Not only did his have to ride his bike (Elliot is very strong and physically fit but his bike skills were a work in progress - he would not hesitate to admit this!) but he also took still pictures and moving pictures literally everywhere he was! He even had a camera attached to a bar which stuck out from his bike and occasionally that camera ...
... 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 ...
... and then came to a dead-end. The only way forward appeared to be up to the left, up a very steep and loose slope. I managed the slope not without some concern, and reached the top to find that it was simply a knife edge ridge and the other side was much worse than the slope I had just struggled up. The only possibility was to work my way along with one foot on either side of the ridge. Eventually I ...
... vertically down the hills in front of us. It was slow going until we reached the start of Chamonix. We decided to shout our wonderful guide some lunch at a local Brasserie of her choice. She chose well and we all had a beer or wine and some food of our own choice. Luxury! Our guide had to come back to Les Houches with us to get her car, the leftover packs from our lunches and the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed