Lagrange Prestige Le Cristal d'Argentiere
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... s old home "The White House" in Prestatyn and to Colwyn Bay Cemetery (where my Mum's ashes were scattered two years ago). Onto Conwy Castle and the smallest house in Britain. The castle was huge the smallest house was smaller than a single box room with a ladder to the bedroom upstairs. That evening, we met up with our Cousins, The Morris'. We had a really FUN evening and nice to catch up on everyone's news. On the Wednesday ...
... we went out for a "typically French" dinner in town. The Restaurant was just was we hoped for, with local specialties. Thank you Aunty Chris for a great family evening out. Sunday was another adventure with a solid walk through a deep gorge (the pictures below say it all). Needless to say, James has been spoiled by Aunty Chris and has been playing with new Lego all week.
It was a beautiful week and we wish Aunty Chris could live here forever.
... every mouthful is a delight. James is currently working his way through their counter of offerings, having been told he isn’t allowed to pick the same thing twice. Luckily we are here for a few more months yet.While Chamonix is a fantastic location, it sadly lacks a dedicated food market, where the local producers assemble together 5 or 6 days a week to offer their wares. Alas we have to settle for the Saturday morning open market in central Chamonix, ...
... jutting up skywards. A glacial river dancing across the landscape.We had a picnic on the hillside overlooking the tourist promenade, the cable-car, train, and gift-shops. The speculoos waffle for dessert wasn't as good as supposed but this landscape, it's mystery and seclusion was better than we both could have imagined. We wandered the hillside enamored in our time together here.This place is untamed, an alpine paradise, wilderness, ...
We did a morning of "not much" eg: took the rubbish out. Rubbish is not collected for us and you take it to a communal large rubbish bin. Then a walk to our local (very basic) Supermarket. With lunch in hand we drove through the Mont Blanc Tunnel to Italy. The tunnel is 11k's long and a marvel of engineering. We ended up in Aosta and sat in a roundabout which was around a Roman Monument. Heading back, we went to the local swimming pool ...