Hotel Les Grands Montets
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... full of beans again. Grace continued to nap in my arms while Stew & I had a beer and we enjoyed the warm sun while Mitch threw snowballs. Great views that we will remember forever. Still it was nice to get back to our chalet and enjoy a log fire and the outdoor hot tub! Stews parents, Marg & Bruce arrived about 6pm to much excitement. The chalet was big with a huge open plan kitchen/living/dining room with views onto the Aiguille de Mini and Mont ...
... in the south is absolutely stunning with plenty of bush/wild camping if you want some peace and quiet, or stay in b&b’s or small hotels if that’s your scene. So forget what I said before. France is bloody great mate! Only stay away from the 'big name’ draw cards, and
hit the rural roads.
On our way back to the UK now where we will store the truck in a caravan storage facility (a paddock) until next year when we will move further into Europe.
... I had no pizza, a sore tummy and was wet. I was not a happy bunny. Add this to the fact that I discovered I had been walking around Chamonix all day with my size sticker stuck to the back of my new trouser! Hmmmm.
In fact, the best part of my day, apart from getting my expensive new jacket, was going into “The Refuge” with Lyn to see Tegz who was in there charging our laptop. The Refuge is basically a building where campers can go and chill out in the warm ...
... some were going down the glacier (and ending up at the Mer de Glace where we visited yesterday) and others were going down the mountain "off piste". They were launching themselves out a special tunnel and then had to navigate carefully along a ridge to start their journey.
The view of Mont Blanc was stunning. It is the highest mountain in Europe, standing at 4810m above sea level. It was huge and majestic and so close to us that we felt like we were nearly on the same ...
Today was an incredible day in Chamonix! We caught the cog railway (much to Austen's delight!) from the town centre up 1000m to the Montenvers Mer de Glace, which is a huge glacier located on the northern slopes of the Mont Blanc mountain range.
It is the cutest little red cog railway train which climbs the mountainside running through the forest, often with cliffs on one side and steep forest covered embankments on ...