Hotel Le Montana
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Montana Argentiere
Hotel has been redone and has an excellent swimming pool just right after a long day of hiking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Montana Argentiere
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The day started out pretty normal with clouds threatening and the odd drop of rain. Our goal today was to head over into France once again via the col de Balme, on the border of France and Switzerland. Well me made it, but not quite as planned... After leaving the Col de la Forclaz we headed towards the hamlet of le Peuty, but somewhere along the …
Paul's training has kicked in. The Ironman in Copenhagen is on 23rd August. Paul went up the valley this morning (on another beautiful day). We zipped to the weekend market and then headed off to Geneva to get a new rental car. We haven't found a car to buy yet, so need to take back our rental and exchange for a smaller version. Unfortunately the first rental car got dinged in the side (car park ding, we think). This ...
... t as jaw dropping gorgeous as many of the other days but there were several nice views. Tomorrow is the last pass on our journey and will drop is back into France. My legs and feet are sore and tired today! Hopefully they can muster one more pass! Julie is tough and is going strong. We have four more hiking days and then a few days to relax in Chamonix before heading ...
... Only an hour and a half journey for 25 euros apiece...no train transfers...tres bon.
The ride across the border was punctuated by glimpses of Mont Blanc still wearing its winter coat and head and shoulders above everything around. Once in Chamonix, we had a panini for lunch, pulled out our guidebook and began the infamous trek. It felt mostly like we were walking along the road and through local parks until we were about half way ...
... junctions we needed off the M4 to the tunnel were closed, and the M3 was blocked by an accident. Tom Tom, as ever, took us on a magical mystery tour, which saw Lyn driving through Bracknell, just so he could wave at the office, and then somehow past Ascot. Down some leafy lanes in Surrey and every little town and village you could think of. I must google the house prices in Virginia Waters when I get home; the houses there were OMG! We were starting to panic a bit, but got to ...