Hotel l'Aiguille Du Midi
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... were absolutely
And so back to our patiently waiting bikes and back to camp
for a well-deserved beer and supper of braaied chicken wings……with skin.
Swiss meat is funny. None of it has fat. All the fat from
every cut is removed by the butcher and one cannot buy any meat in the shops
that has fat on it. Very sad state of affairs, and so we buy chicken with skin
on it so as to satisfy our craving for delicious cooked animal fat.
... off. I wanted to go back to our camper so i could be in my comfort zone. I made it to the path to head back when Rich just got to me in time. I knew what was coming and I passed out into his arms just as I told him how I felt. I came round and saw people staring, Rich, Jan and Chris were next to me and a young lady on roller blades was on the phone asking questions. She had phoned for an ambulance. I was taken to a nearby hospital where after about 2 and 1/2 hours I ...
... off in the hut, Joe and I stepped outside to check the sky...above us it was perfectly clear, a ceiling pierced with thousands of tiny lights and a half moon. Below us was a floating floor of white spread out below our bluff and over to the other side of the valley so that the distant peaks raise up from the sea of white. And way, way, way down below came the clanging of cow bells, less now, but still audible.
Standing out there tonight was an ...
... Headed off after delicious breakfast and making up our baguettes to take with us for lunch atop a mountain. Drove to Argentieres which is further down the valley from Chamonix, and caught the cable car lift up the mountain (1900 m) – our starting place for our hike called 'Point De Vue’ – up to the edge of the Argentiers glacier. Descriptions of the walk compared it to the Mer de Glace glacier we went to on Monday ...
... which is a little surprising, as packet sauces are almost always a fail. The rosti was quite good too, though I thought it not dissimilar to a potato cake, just coarser potato.
Sam felt too full for dessert, but I coaxed her into sharing the tarte aux citron (lemon tarte), and I also had ½ of the other small cake we obtained (a local version of black forest gateaux). Both delicious, but preferred the lemon tart.
Watched a TV show in English which we ...