Le Labrador Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Labrador Hotel Chamonix
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... evening we had a super night with Cousin Dan and Sheila in their very nice village of Scotch Corner (I think a population of 350). After very sad good byes we are now back in Chamonix. It's always hard leaving Aunty Chris and Neville. Interesting for us, Chamonix felt like "coming home". The snow is further down the mountain, the trees are all golden and we are now off to watch NZ v Australia in the Grand Final. Go the Mighty All Blacks. ...
One of the most difficult issues moving to another country is re-establishing the kitchen. We were lucky to pre-arrange our furnished apartment well before we left NZ, so it had the rudimentaries of kitchen ware when we arrived. A decent shopping expedition to Ikea in Geneva resolved most of the remaining implements issues, and real cooking soon commenced in earnestAnyone who saw our kitchen in Auckland will know that a lot of thought and effort ...
... my pronunciation, and are always happy to help.Our local supermarket is very handy (five minutes’ walk) but sadly lacking in variety and panache. The floor tiles are cracked, parts of it need a bloody good clean and the place is often in disarray, yet somehow it remains well supported by the local clientele. The head check-out Lady (who I suspect is the owner) rules the roost with stern authority and seldom seems happy. Yet after 10 weeks we have ...
... it wasn’t hard to find the the shuttle to the north terminal ("follow the black line") and only a short wait for that. The Shuttle seems to be an automated "people mover" similar to the OrlyVal in Paris. Upon arrival at the bag drop area, I was really pleased that I had paid for Speedy Boarding with easyJet, as there was a huge queue at the regular bag drop, and only a few people at the SB windows. Getting through security was surprisingly quick and easy, and it ...
I think the big question for the whole trek is 'is the scenery worth the walk?'. I think that I can answer that question with a yes. It was definitely a 'once in a lifetime' experience and we won't be forgetting it anytime soon. It was very challenging at times though - there were some times when walking up a very steep hill through trees, when we (the kids) got a little bit restless. But the real challenge was waking up and getting ready to walk every day for 6 days straight. ...