Homtel La Tourmaline
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... could of passed the time by going up it but I have all on getting up the step into the camper at the min never mind a huge rock/cliff. We didn't want to hang around so with the weather looking like it was going to be glorious we decided to head to some lakes. Half way to the 35km long man made "Le Lac de Vouglans" the weather became foggy. Fortunately they didn't appear to be swim in lakes when we did arrive so we carried on some more. Rich had a Aire site & co ...
Melanie (Heidi) & Vincent are in the region for a holiday and we are lucky enough to be invited to their family cabin high in the hills of the Savoie region. Melanies father is cooking lunch for us and this is to be a treat for all, his oun produce grown on the farm including the fillet of beef and cheese made from the milk from his cows. Rod is beside himself with enthusiasm and none of us can believe that he and Marc have in depth conversations, one speaking English and ...
... with leftover duck and broccoli to round to all off). Sounded GREAT – so back to our newly favourite supermarket to pick everything up.
Back at the accommodation realised that it was our last night in Chamonix, so started to think about how to use up some of the food in the fridge. We had a store bought tarte flambé from the day before that we hadn’t had – so cooked that up on our arrival home as ...
... we will have to pay a one off Swiss tax of over 40 euros and also do not have our passports on us. We have travelled just 9 Kms into Switzerland but far enough to see the cow bells, the cuckoo clocks and the Swiss chalets. Coming back to Chamonix we see amazing mountain scenery going through these villages. Later that day we go to La Houche and explore other areas around ...
... between 12-2.30pm. Eventually find one at the cost of 29 euros so begin the process of uploading photos to our blog. Chamonix is a very interesting town especially the people who are in it. It is 90 percent of people in their 20s and 30s with a smattering of older couples. It is a bit like the outdoor version of Les Mills - nearly everybody walks around with figure hugging outdoor wear. There must be 30 different outdoor clothing stores ...