Mercure Belle Plagne 2100
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... amp; Jess hiked down from the mid- station --- originally wanted to hike to a train that would bring us back but there was some confusion about where it was & how long it would take to hike there; Decided to hike back to Chamonix from the mid-station --- we were told it would take 2 hours but ended up taking 2 hours, 45 min; Not an easy hike with many rocks & roots on the trail; Very tired ...
... can describe what you see, when driving. The towns, the villages perched on the mountain side, the streams running along side the road side. The old house and church here and there, it was unbelievable. To feel free and be away in clean air is wonderful.
On this side the trip to Turin wasn't too long which was good.
... and Karrie has invited me to visit them in northern California. They grow Pinot grapes I think that's code for vineyard along with a slew of other fun people. The air was thin and it makes people giddy. Lots of great photos to come. A remote plane kept whizzing by and Steven said it was a weather drone---kind of neat. There are live cams all over giving people a heads up on the visibility from the top. After several hundred photos, it was time to head down and find lunch. ...
... me and I found a great assortment of olives and fruit for my room. The first winter Olympics were held in Chamonix in 1924. The air is crisp, clean and cool. Beautiful!!! Chamonix is famous for its alpine skiing but the streets are full of hikers with their back packs, cyclists, mountain climbers a few hang gliders and me. Love it. I've found the local real estate office and have found a LITTLE chalet for - 675,000.00€ that would make a nice summer escape from chateau ...
... Chamonix really felt like real spring, that fresh garden smell, birds chirping, rivers flowing and just everything coming back to life again. It was simply beautiful! The majority of the mountains closed mid April. Grand Montets was the only mountain which stayed open until the end of the month, and was surprisingly still ok despite the time of year. Even on our last day up the mountain we ...