Hotel du Golf
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
We are off to Italy today. Anthony wanted to go through the Mt Blanc Tunnel, so on route we done many stopped to take photos and take in the views they were amazing, so beautiful. It takes your breathe away.
Anthony pulled over so I could take some photos and I had to climb up a bank, but it was breathe taking, not ...
This morning I woke up early so that I could take the gondola up to Aguille du Midi (3842 meters or 12,605 feet) to get a bird's eye view of Mont Blanc. The first lift left at 08:10 and there was already a line of skiers, climbers, hikers, snow boarders, and me. You should have seen the ice axes, ropes, clips, ice cleats, and poles these guys had strapped on. I am certain that none of them have lipstick in their day bags. Interspersed were the "tourists" who gladly handed over their ...
Guess who didn't set her alarm correctly? I arranged a taxi pick up at 05:45 and the room phone rang at 05:41 waking up Sandy to inform her that the taxi was downstairs. Apparently it is possible to get out of bed without hitting a snooze button. I was up and out of the room in SIX minutes and downstairs only to be told that there was no record that the hotel room had been paid. Up the stairs to wake Sandy again to grab the receipt --- by the time I got in the taxi it was ...
... spent 2 days travelling back to UK and again decided to take the back roads and avoid the tolls. It was a long 2 days but was totally worth it when you end up travelling through the Champagne region surrounded by lush forests, grape vines wineries, endless sunflower fields and small French towns that are surrounded by moats, castle walls & towers. It was a perfect way to end our French road ...