Ibis Styles Aix Les Bains Domaine De Marlioz
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... it was a real effort to stroll by the lake, despite its beauty! Anyway, after a slow walk, and a brief exploration of the shops, we stopped for a coffee and a few games of cards before seeing Olivia off on her train to Lyon.
Liz and I then sped back to Chamonix, with a plan to walk through the woods to the next railway station up the line, and catch the 6.05 train to the little hamlet of Le Buet, further up the valley. Here there was a delightful ...
... the Venetian carnival which was so cool to experience. People were dressed up with full face masks and costumes that covered every part of their bodies, it was very interesting. Also, all the costumes were hand made which was just incredible because they all had so much detail!
We also visited the basilica in town, all the way at the top of the hill. The outside was pretty ...
... just west of the alps. It's very scenic and has an old part of town that is pretty cool from the Middle Ages. I began my morning there by stopping at the tourism office (always a good place to stop and get a map and advice) and then combing through the giant market that spanned several streets. I didn't need any food but I ended up purchasing 2 pairs of overstock scissors for a euro.
After the market ...
... was probably the coldest place I have ever been to, but also one with the most beautiful landscapes. It has the feel of a town from the middle ages with it's castles and narrow alleyways, while at the same time feeling quite modern with a mall, train station, and as a recognized destination for skiers and snowboarders. The lake for which the town is famous is gorgeous and from what my friend described seems like an amazing spot in the summer. While my sister and I were there ...
... there were some lovely stained glass windows inside - and no tenors this time. We headed home past the Japanese garden, a small park created in 1998, the Year of Japan in France. We had walked around for a good couple of hours and were in need of a cup of tea and a rest. The only thing remaining for us to explore is down by the lakeside, which we will do after petit déjeuner (breakfast) tomorrow, before we move on to our next ...