Auberge Saint Simond - Hotel - Aix-les-Bains
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On a miserable, wet and cloudy day in B-S-M, we hopped on a train and visited Albertville, which is a little more than an hour away. We'd read about the Medieval city on the outskirts of Albertville, so this was a good opportunity to visit it. The train ride through the French Alps was via multiple tunnels and the view from the train was spectacular. If you ever watch the Tour de France, with views of ...
... seen D so relieved to find a shopping centre!! When we found our way home we went Today we woke up.... and the sun was shining!!!! We decided to go down to the markets in the old town and they were really good with so much fresh food. We bought a few things for lunch and then decided to walk back over to the lake since it was so foggy and rainy yesterday. It was absolutely stunning! We could see the crystal-clear snow-covered mountains on the other side of the lake and the ...
... him today with possibly the biggest grin I have ever seen on him before.....priceless! Back in the car to crank up the heater and drive on through the narrow and icy roads to stop at another great photo spot which overlooks the lake. The view was incredible from up there. It was a little dangerous at times as snowballs would come flying at you from all angles. (Gee, I wonder who was doing that?!!!!). There were also some complete lunatics riding there bikes up there. All ...
... school) speak very well English. . Love the skiing, love the village, love the ease of access . Skiing looks relatively limited on paper but links to nearby Grand
Bornand and easy driving access to Chamonix/Megeve etc means you won't
I will not hesitate to recommend La Clusaz to anyone. Just come once, you fall in love with it ...
Annecy is a very mixed town, full of apartments, offices and many other things. Many of the people did not speak English very well because it's a small town. The town is built on waterways and it backs up to the Alps. The atmosphere in the old town is superb as typically French food shops merge seamlessly with designer stores, souvenir shops and every kind of bar/restaurant imaginable. I went for a walk to their Saturday street market and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed