Hotel L'Aigle des Neiges
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... up here - going to the market for lunch and happy hour supplies - walking around to get the feel of this place - and unpacking for 3 days (imagine that?!). We met another guest, Peggy and enjoyed our happy hour with her . . She has been over here in Europe for 6 weeks helping various people with household and farming chores in exchange for housing and food. She has been all over Europe. Pretty interesting . . . And then, we ...
... would have been ok with a large dollop of jam and some hot custard - on the biscuits rather than the pizza you understand). Dinner was pepperoni pizza, a beer and an ice cream. From now on if I don't mention what I eat for dinner it's safe to assume I will just be having those three. I could do a lot worse, especially as my Italian fluency makes ordering anything else pretty high risk. I think getting a offline English Italian dictionary app might be ...
... surrounded by the grand mountains of Europe. A little taste of heaven on earth. When the clouds closed in the next day, we had to make the ************* to return south to avoid bad weather. But we read Wordsworth's account of crossing Mont Blanc from The Prelude as we made our return journey, counting ourselves lucky. Like my friend Jeri says, people go to Italy for the landscape, museums, art, music...but they return for the ...
While the pensione was a lowly 1 star, it offered perhaps the best breakfast of our trip, with actual cereal. We had been counting ourselves lucky for anything above stale bread and jam - the bread was usually anything left uneaten from the night before. This day continued well with an 800m climb to Refuge Berthone, and then a long balcony walk to our lunch stop at Refuge ...
... have been out of a Humphrey Bogart film... Like Casablanca. It was another step back in time. A feature, in our room at least, was a large balcony which we turned into a drying area for both couples. Looked more like Hong Kong then Italy once we were all setup. We dined in a restaurant across the road on pasta and fruit salad and quite a lot of beer and wine. And one of the courses was chicken schnitzel. Happy ...
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