Homtel La Tourmaline
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Swiss Lotus drivers also on a tour! In between cols we managed a coffee stop sitting in the sun in the Valloires valley. Lunch was also 'in between' cols and we kept on ascending and descending for pretty much the rest of the day. It was on our final very long descent, that the Eagles were in front and there was seen to be a waving of a white flag which the Leaders took to be Val surrendering to ...
What a day ! We drove 90mins to Lac Aiguebelette and had a wonderful day. By chance we were able to wander into the athletes area and cruised around all their tents. Just like a Sunday picnic, except, stationery bikes, kids paddling pools and rowing boats everywhere. We tracked down the Kiwi's and quickly took a photo and moved on. We watched the activity on the athlete's screen, went and saw the boats being weighed and really felt part of the action. ...
... his whole life in somewhere else) and I have a project to do on Sir Edmund Hillary. I enjoyed playing ball tag at school. That night, the three NZ families went out for dinner. School was great and especially because we have Wednesday's off. ...
... mountain range, and can be OK weather-wise when the main part of The Alps across the valley is pretty much unclimbable. We managed to do a fun traverse on Skagit Gneiss-like rock in the fog. The fog was so thick that Jaga and I got separated while only standing about 20 feet away! Ha! If you could have heard the yelling that ensued you'd be laughing for sure. Anyways, climbing in the fog is better than not climbing at all, and we were happy to ...
... with many chair lifts and T-bars) and caught the cable car down to laTour. From la Tour we started walking towards Argentiere but ended up stopping at Montroc where we hopped onto a train to Argentiere with some fellow travellers. With the day done, 18km later and having climbed +3000 feet, we were spent and happily checked into our hotel and hit the hot tub and swimming pool. Tomorrow is our last day of hiking where we return to our original starting point, ...