Hotel Hermine Blanche
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After traveling together for 5 months, we said our goodbyes to Wade, Alyssa, and Christine and sent them home with hugs and kisses for our friends and family. After a short 2 days extra in Barcelona, trying to make sense of what Eurail pass to get, we hopped on our first high speed train and headed to the French Alps. Now while Christine was with us we stayed in airBNB's (rented apartments and condos) but I (Tammy) must admit I missed the hostels, no that ...
... darkness settling in after the early sunset (compared with Scottish summer time), there was nothing else for it but to fall for the temptation of the Weißbier signs at the campsite bar.
Checking the weather forecast on the back of the Swiss newspaper on the table I discovered that the following day was literally going to be the end of the late Swiss summer. resolved to make the most of it, meaning an early start the next day.
... faired better, I'm sure it was all those mountaineering books she read (she had obviously acclimatised). <br style="color: rgb(102, 102, 102); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; line-height: 25.2000007629395px;">The rest of the day was an anticlimax - Chamonix is a beautiful town set in a magical place, we were so glad we were lucky enough to see it in all its beauty. ...
... Obviously I didn't read the latter one when I chose this place!Hopefully the cloud over the valley will clear tomorrow and we will get a glimpse of the Alps that I so desperately wanted to see!Night John Boy! Hang on who's taken my pillow???
I'm sure I would have been in melt down with that public transport hassle! Food is not that pricey that you cant purchase daily!! And walking the streets will only result in disappointment....for ...
I posted this morning but am going to post again tonight because I am sleeping longer in the mornings now! Today I decided to break free from my train addiction and face my boat phobia for a change of pace - I went to France. The border goes through the middle of Lake Geneva, so I crossed the border to visit a mediaeval walled town called Yvoire. It has to be absolutely the most charming village I have ever seen, with all my favorite things in one ...