Hotel L'Aigle Rouge
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... cable cars are now closed for the summer season there is a limited
number of feasible hikes that don’t involve a huge climb from the village. The
tourist information centre recommends a hike up to 2,000 metres to Petit
Croisse-Baulet which I can access by car.
hike took me four hours and the scenery was beautiful once I got some altitude
after the steep climb through the ...
... only for the trains listed. Fortunately I was only asked for my ticket once and the ticket man had such a hard time scanning it that he gave up and left me alone. Great success.
Collecting the camper from Bremen was easy and the road to Berlin was a good introduction to driving in Europe. I slept in a roadside car park (they are huge and well appointed in Germany) and then (foolishly) drove into the heart of Berlin in the morning. Wow. What ...
Another fine day and the drive up and out of Italy into Switzerland was beautiful and the Simplon pass simply breathtaking, but fortunately not literally this time as it was a mere 6,300ft! The views were 'aaa..bsolutely maaa..gnificent' as Bill McB would have said, bless him. At least according to H they were as I was otherwise engaged, and I might ...
John, my brother in law and I had a magnificent day up at L'Aguille de Midi (3,841m) high above Chamonix followed by a three hour hike from the cable car's mid station to a glacier where we caught a little mountain cog railway back down to Chamonix.
We were very lucky; the weather was perfect, full sunshine and beautifully clear air. Great for photos. I'll enter more details once I have a little more time. I just wanted to get these photos up on the ...
We had been watching paragliders soaring over Chamonix for seveal days and Brabara kept encouraging me to try it. I was a lttle nervous about it, but decided today would be the day.
We found the landing site, a big open field on the edge of town, and Barbara settled in there for the long wait until I would glide in. On the other side of town I met with ...