Hotel Le Montana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... by the time we got to Chamonix at 4:45pm; Bill's left knee was very sore Karin stayed in town all day & was feeling better; She later out on a large square bench in a park. Bill, Meg & Jess ate quiche & macaroons from small bake shop in town (€16.60) Karin bought fruit from a grocery store (€5.23) Drove back to Annecy--- Paid €8.50 in tolls; Arrived back in Annecy at ...
... car park up the side of one of the mountains outside Saviese. We follow a sign towards Torrent Neuf and this leads us along a track beside the man made waterway. Eventually this leads to s cafe which is the official start of the walk. The girls are very apprehensive . Anyhow off we go. The track starts out walking through the Forrest without any views. Then it appears. We are walking the track literally on the side of the mountain. We ...
... of beers and wines and take in the magnificent views. Dinner is at 7.30 so back to the room to get ready. Dinner is served outside on the verandah overlooking the Swiss Alps. It is a set 3 course menu which costs 56 franks each. We start with a salad with ricotta cheese. This was followed by slow cooked duck and fresh vegetables in an orange sauce and a grapefruit and conqontro sorbet. This was five star dinning at its bests. Back to the room for Limonchello nite ...
... 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 ...