Hotel Les Cretes Blanches
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We were up bright and early in preparation for our trek to see Mont Blanc in Chamonix, France. Mont Blanc is the highest mountain Alp in Europe (4810 meters). It was overcast and windy on the drive there but our fingers were crossed as we were not sure if the weather was going to cooperate.
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... potato dish with local cheese. My storage container of duck fat grows, as the recipe for duck confit steadily improves. The refrigerator now boasts a minimum of five different cheeses, one of two which are exceedingly smelly, and permeate the kitchen every time the frig door is opened.All I need now is a good old fashioned French Grand Mother who knows the finer points of the regional cuisine and the patience to teach me. That might be a hard ...
... an impressive operation in Passy, dedicated to offering the very best in produce and fine food, while quietly separating you from your Euro. The fruit and vegetables are continually misted , to enhance their freshness and appearance, with such variety of goods that defies belief. The artisan area of preserves and confectionary is hard to walk past without slipping something into your basket. It is a statement to the art of modern food retailing, yet somehow ...
We hiked out of the town of Les Houches to hike the hills opposite of the Mont Blanc range. The trail climbed up through the woods, past the occasional home, and up towards the Christ Roi statue. After working up a good sweat, we took a meal break at the statue and enjoyed the view of the valley.