Pierre & Vacances Residence Belle Plagne
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After breakfast, we met our guide for the day, Attilio. He was a hon not a hun and took awesome care of us throughout the day. We tooled up to Chamonix-Mont Blanc in air conditioned comfort, which was a welcome relief on a day of high heat and humidity. As we pulled up to the ticket sales building, the line was at least 300 yards long with an approximate wait of 2-3 hours just get a boarding pass for the cable car. Attilio ...
... for a long bike ride (our usual track down the river) and at night went to watch an Ice Hockey game with Esteban and his Mum, Norma.
On Friday, our friends the Blacks came to visit. Our first visitors - Heather, John, Jenny, Clinton and baby Molly (5 months old). I went to Maikan's for the afternoon and we went to Lac Passe. It was so hot and swam in the lake and watched tadpoles.
On Saturday, we ...
We drove from La Clusaz to Chamonix. As expected it was very busy!! We tried a couple of camp sites with no success, so headed to the next little town called Argentiere. It's about 10km from Chamonix. We got one of the last flat spots at the camp site! We set up then wandered into Argentiere. A beautiful little ski town. We grabbed a cold beer and enjoyed the view of the mountains. Dad is flying over from the UK tomorrow afternoon to join us for about 10 ...
... climbed to Trou de la Mouche (via Combe du Grand Cret) - 2467m above sea level. It was stunning! Absolutely spectacular! We hiked back to the van, this is without a doubt the best parking view we have yet!!! We treated ourselves to some local French cheese today, so cut that up with some baguette, got a cold beer and admired the vista. This is the good ...
... 50m beast with eight lanes, with a breath taking view of Aigle du Midi. The pool operators, sensing the broad needs of their summer patrons, have opened up most of the pool, leaving three lanes for ‘training’. The usual protocol in NZ (and I guess many other countries around the world) is to designate one lane ‘fast’, one lane ‘medium’ and one lane ‘slow’. Not here.
I asked the life guard, perched on his ...