Hotel les Chenes

Address: 859 av. Dr Jacques Arnaud Plateau d'Assy, Passy, Haute-Savoie, Rhône-Alpes, 74480, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 859 av. Dr Jacques Arnaud Plateau d'Assy, Passy, is near Val Joly.
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Travel Blogs from Passy

Off to GVA - Rental Car change

A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Jul 12, 2015

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... version, has only 13k's on the clock when we picked it up. Back to Chamonix and we popped down to watch the Climbing World Cup. We were drinking a beer, sitting in the square and life was pretty grand. Check out the guy hanging on the Zlagboard. This was attracting all the macho-men. We returned after dinner went to watch the final. Who would have thought climbing would have been so exhilarating. Birthday in the Family tomorrow. ...

Col de la Forclaz

A travel blog entry by js_of_gj on Jul 11, 2015

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... t as jaw dropping gorgeous as many of the other days but there were several nice views. Tomorrow is the last pass on our journey and will drop is back into France. My legs and feet are sore and tired today! Hopefully they can muster one more pass! Julie is tough and is going strong. We have four more hiking days and then a few days to relax in Chamonix before heading ...

Day 13: Lac de Passy and Ski Gear

A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Jul 11, 2015

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... Edmond Hillary and Mt Everest. Then, Rob impressed us by showing us a piece of rock from the summit of Mt Everest. We whipped out to Lac de Passy, which is the only swimming lake we have found (Laurant at the bank told us about this place). It was filled with locals and being Saturday there was extra activity. ...

Paul - The French

A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Jul 11, 2015

... the individual components.I’ve tried to copy many of their mouth movements. I tense my jowls, like an archer tightens a bow, then let loss with enough saliva to lubricate the word as it exits. But still many of the locals prefer to chat to me in English, perhaps to mitigate the risk of being tortured by ...

Arrival in Anncey

A travel blog entry by sarahbea on Oct 21, 2013

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... not necessarily always at the same end or front of the train. We had watched a previous train and frenchman depart from the opposite platform and thought the bike car would be at the end of the train. We were wrong. We ended up running down the platform BECAUSE FRENCH TRAINS ARE ONLY AT THE PLATFORM FOR A MAXIMUM OF 30 SECONDS UNLESS IT IS THE BEGINNING OR END OF A TRAIN'S ROUTE. Our train was also 10 minutes late, which meant that at the train station in Lyon, we had 10 ...