Hotel le Chalet Alpin

Address: Route du Queyras, Guillestre, Provence, 05600, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route du Queyras, Guillestre.
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    Cappuccino without chocolate

    A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 23, 2015

    6 photos

    ... all up the Maurienne valley has been cloudy and rainy – and snowy higher up – all day. Generally grim in other words. Here is actually sunny, albeit a bit chilly.

    The other thing is I have just had a cappuccino in Italy. There was no chocolate powder on top. Just frothy milky coffee. I have no idea if that’s an authentic cappuccino or not, but it tasted good.


    Doing a recce

    A travel blog entry by jeremyhill on Sep 22, 2015

    6 photos

    Plan Lachat, between Valloire and the Col du Galibier, 7pm

    I'm part way through driving up to the Col du Galibier, a beast of a mountain. It’s such a beast of a mountain that many years ago when I was working in Valloire ...

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by fionasimoneurop on Sep 20, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    We left a sunny and calm Riomaggiore on time and without any fuss (apart from my iPhone needing retrieval from our locked apartment). My only frustration was that the ferry service was running for the first time during out stay and we missed our chance for an offshore view of 5T. From La Spezia, we set off with all our satnav technology tuned for a quick exit - however after a single ...

    The Road Never Travelled

    A travel blog entry by cndashton on Sep 16, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... over an unfinished bridge to start an up/down day. Ritchie Abandoned Jonathan and me after coffee because he wanted to do an extra climb up Col d'Izouard at the end of the day. He took some vomits with him.

    What, I hear you cry, is a vomit? It's a little sachet of pommes purees designed to help babies transition from milk to solids, introduced to us by guide James last week. At the time Ritchie said, "You want ...

    Just wow...

    A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 07, 2015

    ... la Bonette. We amended the route to try and gain a few extra minutes by taking a previously unknown section through another canyon. On this road, the rock suddenly changed to a dark red sandstone with many overhangs and tight bends - but very little traffic. Whilst it may have saved a couple of minutes, it certainly provided stunning scenery. The Col de la Bonette is the highest road in Europe and, perhaps surprisingly, had very ...