Hotel Les Grands Montets
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... day we drove up to the bottom of Snowdonia ((Machynlleth) and settled into a pub for the evening and watched the next semi-final game. The next day (Monday) we went to the Corris Slate Mine and the King Arthur's Labyrinth, then onto Chester for the evening. We stayed with Andrew Howe and were treated like Royalty. A wonderful evening out with the Howe Family. On Tuesday we went with Andrew for a North Wales Coast tour. We went to ...
... traffic - seriously!
As we got closer to the French Alps much to our delight the clouds dissipated and the sun shone through! Today turned out to be perfect and I am not sure words can come close to describe it. Maybe our pictures will. We arrived at 10:30 and had a very short wait for the first cable car to begin our ascent to the Aiguille du midi ( 3842 meters). I was a little anxious for ...
... polite greetings to ‘Salute’ and the faint hint of a Mona Lisa smile. Last week, while castigating a customer, I discovered she speaks exceptionally good English. Perhaps watching me become tormented with unusual requests in poor French provides her with some sarcastic pleasure.And then we have an amazing bakery 4 minutes walk from home. This Boulangerie and Patisserie makes the most amazing breads and cakes. The puff pastry is silkenly thin and ...
Day trip to the Chamonix Valley which was about 60 min drive from Geneva and the best place to view Mont Blanc. From Chamonix we were loaded in to a Gondola which held about 30-40 people (jammed in). In the end, it was two gondola rides.quite scary, and we ended up at the top of Aguille de Midi, which is about 1,000m lower than Mont Blanc, which is the highest peak in Europe. Absolutely stunning views. Not too bad with the altitude, felt a tiny bit nauseous and a ...
... statue was completed in 1934 and weighs in at 500 tons concrete with granite standing 25 meters high. Near the statue was a large, flat table...it almost looked like a sacrificial alter. However, after a snack break, I found it to be the perfect spot to do a few sun salutations! I don't think I'm going to get a chance to sneak in a yoga class before we hike. :) Already, I ...