Hotel Piccolo Chalet

Via Genevris 5, Salice D'Ulzio, Piedmont, 10050, Italy | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Salice D'Ulzio

What I've learnt while staying in the French Alps

A travel blog entry by b_btravel


... in the world, drinking coffee and hot chocolate in the sun on the slopes, eating crepes and fancy cheese and meats, relaxing in the spa and sauna in the evening and drinking the nicest beer I have ever tasted. I think I could get used to this life. Good thing I get to go to Whistler next week and continue living the dream in Canada. With love from France. Bec xx Days skied: ...

Skiing Val Thorens

A travel blog entry by b_btravel


... lifts and gondolas here to get up the mountain and the runs are super long but quite easy to get down which is nice because that significantly decreases my chances of becoming a snow ball with skis. There are also cafés along the runs so you can stop half way down for a coffee or lunch. That is a novelty I think I could get used to!!! Yesterday we had a lesson with a French guy who I thought kept ...

Off to Les Menuires

A travel blog entry by ianpve


... and for me, Sophie and Anna to head out for an hour of easy skiing. We used the free lifts as our passes start tomorrow. It was good to get some practice in. The hotel has given us adjacent rooms overlooking the main piste. Very pretty. Julie and Andy met us at the coach drop which is right outside the hotel's street level entrance. It's great to see them again at Christmas ...

From Paradise to Heaven via Ireland

A travel blog entry by hicster


... he was Italian I don’t know why he was involved either) attacked the town in 1692. The Peace agreements in 1713 ceded the valleys on the Italian side of the Alps to the Duke of Savoy, giving Italy the best agricultural land. Briancon was left with an arid valley. However the Escarton communities had now become cut in half and the new subjects of the Duke continued to attend fairs in Briancon. To avoid the town being taken over ...

Losing my religion

A travel blog entry by staciehall


Stage 3 - Val d'Isere to Serre Chevalier was daunting on paper. Fully timed from start to finish, a veritable 164km sufferfest with 3400m of vertical, climbing up to 2770m on the first climb. The 3 climbs of the day:• Col de l’Iseran, 2770m altitude, 16 km to climb• Col du Mont Cenis, 2083m altitude, 10,5 km to climb• Col de l’Echelle, 1598m altitude, 13 km to climb

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This 2 star hotel, located on Via Genevris 5, Salice D'Ulzio, is near Pragelato.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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