Les Chalets de Philippe
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... Jorvick Viking Centre, the York Minister, walked around the York Wall and had dinner in the Guy Fawkes Pub (it was the old home where GF was born). Now we are Friday and went to the National Railway Museum and onto my Cousin Victoria's Home for the evening. What a great great evening. It's now Saturday and we went onto Aunty Chris and Neville's home for the rest of our stay. We went to a talk that Neville gave to a Church Group ...
It’s hard to believe that we have been in France almost 11 weeks now. Since then, we’ve met some great people, marginally improved my French, made lots of new friends and, most importantly, learnt to shop (and hopefully cook) like a Frenchman.
To begin to cook, first you must have the ingredients. I love food markets, anywhere in the world. Whenever we visit a new city or town I’m happy to leave Ali to the Art Galleries and historical ...
... the entrance, and although there was a sizable queue it moved very quickly. On the Bus to the terminal, I had noticed a display that indicated baggage from my flight would be on Carousel 8 (another example of good organization), so I headed straight there and my main pack arrived within a short time.
As I exited the baggage area, I noticed a guy standing with a Chamonix Valley Transfers sign with my name on it (always a reassuring sight when arriving at ...
... of problems was our accommodation during the hike. We are not particularly used to staying in places that don't have a bathroom in the room (just a common bathroom for the floor). We tried to ignore the 'star rating' of most of the places we stayed- I suspect that some of the places we stayed were 'below stars', but I guess it was all part of the experience. The day before the trek started we had breakfast in Switzerland, ice cream in France and dinner in Italy where we woke up ...
... Headed off after delicious breakfast and making up our baguettes to take with us for lunch atop a mountain. Drove to Argentieres which is further down the valley from Chamonix, and caught the cable car lift up the mountain (1900 m) – our starting place for our hike called 'Point De Vue’ – up to the edge of the Argentiers glacier. Descriptions of the walk compared it to the Mer de Glace glacier we went to on ...