Hotel Saint Antoine
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... youth wanting to jump the fence for a free shower, but I felt their plan was going to impact on us in some way. Something had to be done so Gael was dragged kicking and screaming into the action. Gaels role was to discreetly knock up the owners and inform them that some plan was being hatched in the car
This task was accomplished with some difficulty as the owners were where we wanted to be, tucked up in bed. When the owner and Gael finally got to where their car ...
... for beautiful views of the surrounding mountains, a couple of paragliders, and the fresh new snow on all the peaks.
This will be our last entry for this trip! If you've been reading along - thanks! We have had a wonderful trip and enjoyed the company of good friends Cindy and Ted McCord on these last 2 weeks of it!
Bonsoir for now! (off to have some raclette and tartaflette for dinner!)
... Le Prarion, both Dean and I were excited to see where the ski slopes were before it gets covered in snow, and the view of the valley was amazing. The following day we rose early and headed into Chamonix, with our fingers and toes crossed we were praying that the famous Aiguille Du Midi gondola was open, this is because the day before it closed while we were lining up due to strong winds. We all crammed into ...
... order for breakfast (again)!
Up at 7, drizzling rain so no incentive what so ever to head out on a run. Had a coffee instead! Sam got up and I drove down to the main street for breakfast provisions. Tried another Boulanger for standard Baguette and Croissants, along with a delicious looking Croissant aux almond, and Pain aux lait (soft/light bread roll a bit like brioche).
Enjoyed the almond croissant with another ...
Our second side trip was to the Alpine town of Chamonix, France. The views from the drive were more spectacular than the little ski village we found. High up Mt. Blanc, the tallest of all the Alps, we drove past waterfalls and amazing views of the Alps. The gondola ride from Chamonix up the mountain is said ...