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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... from the car and walking up just a few steps. Some small children fared worse than we, and were sitting on the ground, clearly not feeling well. After awhile we adjusted and looked out over the French Alps from several viewing decks before riding a lift/elevator the final couple hundred meters to the peak. The Alpine peaks were pretty pointy as compared to North American mountains. The views were spectacular, the weather ...
... and train inside the mountains.....awesome. You can't travel to the top of the Matterhorn at 4450metres, a little high and a little steep except on foot and that might be a bit outside our skill level. However we trained it to the top of the Gornergrat, at 3350metres the mountain next door, and got an amazing view and then we set off for the walk down. We got down to Rifleberg, had lunch, then Maddi and I trained it to the next stop Rifflealp, the ...
We were very excited to see blue sky when we woke up! Since the wether was good we decided to take the cablecar up Grands Montets. We only went half way and got off at Lognan (1972m) and hiked for 45mins to the Glacier d'Argentiere. It was beautiful! Mat did an extra little hike up to the snow line. After enjoying the serenity for a ...
It rained all day!! We decided to take the train as far as we could towards Switzerland (15mins) to Vallorcine and had lunch in a cute little restaurant recommended to us by our camp ground. Mat and dad had the Tartiflette (baked potato, onion, cheese, bacon) and I had a similar dish with white wine soaked bread with mushroom and cheese. The meals ...
... and lenses. I might try to bum her photos later, as I'm sure they're better than my point-n-shoot.
We did see a marmot, some hawks, and deer signs. The marmots don't seem to be as prolific here as they are back home. The hawks were interesting to watch- they'll find a spot in the headwind as it flows over the mountains and flap their wings. They stay in one spot ...