Mercure Chamonix Les Bossons
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Posted by Barry Douglas
Day 8 of our new adventure sees us become full time tourists, now that our bikes are safely packed away, and the day starts with a huge selection for breakfast, the choice is endless and with no cycling today the appetite isn't so ravenous..... The day is cloudy and drizzly and our venture to the top of Mt Blanc …
Posted by Melissa Grace
We leave this morning for our ride to Lac d Emosson .
Me with intrepidation and Barry with excitement.
A pleasantly cool start, perfect cycling temperature, especially since the first 18kms was a climb to Col des Montets. Not too difficult with grades no greater than 8% . A good warm up for the serious …
Posted by another joint venture...from Melissa and Barry
Day 6 of our new adventure has us on the road again heading further north, deep into the Alps....the real Alps....at least these Alps are higher and steeper and the valleys narrower..... So it sure feels like the real Alps.... So much so I may even have a yodel or two!
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... local chickens - great breakfast cakes made with peaches. All good . . And then we got ready for today's adventures. Tom and John met up with a friend of Enrico's who guides mountain biking and they went off in the hills. The rest of us got ourselves organized and headed off to do a hike . . The folks here suggested we drive up to Champlon and ask where to go at the bar there. So we headed off in our rental car to find Champlon. As ...
The hospice's breakfast effort isn't going to get them in any Good Food Guide. Duff bread, butter, jam and coffee. Turned much milder overnight, while raining continuously - which got rid of most of the lying snow - and kept raining for the first few hours of the descent. But by lunchtime it had cleared up and by the time I had descended into Aosta I was in summer again. Great descent, really steady, so no knee or toe problem which can happen with ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Great hotel, friendly staff and right under the Glacier
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