Les Chalets de Philippe
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... of Aosta Valley and the mountains all around. There weren't any shops open during early afternoon, turns out italians can't live without siesta. Either way it was a great town and it might even be our next ski location. ...
I've been to a lot of ski towns in the Alps over the past five years and I must say the ski town of Chamonix was by far the best I've been to. I'm afraid I can't say the same thing about ski pistes. There were four ''domaines skiables'' and we haven't had time to explore all of them. So we decided to ski in Brevent Flegere and Les Grands Montets ...
... had the time of his life. He is at one with this magnificent car.
The St Bernard pass is very cold but stunning in its
desolation. Lots and lots of motorbikes on the roads and all of them giving us
the foot wave as we let them through on the tiny twisting road. We return to
our chalet to shower and change, we have been invited next door for drinks. Louise and Jamie are the most fantastic
... and get going into town to make the most of the weather!
Usual breakfast, with pre-ordered baguette. Agreement was made that it is the best baguette we have had, and the croissant might have equals but not better. Totally delicious. And ordered an extra baguette to make into meat and cheese rolls to take on the hike!
Sam: OMG – is this the same place as yesterday? Brilliant sunshine and completely clear blue ...
We are in a groove now, drive our car in to the town then catch a bus for a ten minute ride into Annecy. No parking, no driving in the city...phew.
Tuesday is much quieter as the kids have finished school holidays. So we spent the day inspecting the old town, wandering along the canals enjoying the sights. Major highlights are the beautiful flowers in boxes that seem to adorn every bridge and building. Food is ...