Pointe Isabelle Hotel

Address: 165, avenue Michel Croz, Chamonix, Haute-Savoie, Rhône-Alpes, 74400, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 165, avenue Michel Croz, Chamonix, is near Aiguille de Midi, Montenvers Train - La Mer de Glace, Mont Blanc, and Vallee Blanche.
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    Travel Blogs from Chamonix

    Wales and England 16-30 Oct

    A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Oct 31, 2015

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    ... day we drove up to the bottom of Snowdonia ((Machynlleth) and settled into a pub for the evening and watched the next semi-final game. The next day (Monday) we went to the Corris Slate Mine and the King Arthur's Labyrinth, then onto Chester for the evening. We stayed with Andrew Howe and were treated like Royalty. A wonderful evening out with the Howe Family. On Tuesday we went with Andrew for a North Wales Coast tour. We went to ...

    The Kitchen !

    A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Sep 10, 2015

    ... potato dish with local cheese. My storage container of duck fat grows, as the recipe for duck confit steadily improves. The refrigerator now boasts a minimum of five different cheeses, one of two which are exceedingly smelly, and permeate the kitchen every time the frig door is opened.All I need now is a good old fashioned French Grand Mother who knows the finer points of the regional cuisine and the patience to teach me. That might be a hard ...

    Food Markets!

    A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Sep 09, 2015

    ... my pronunciation, and are always happy to help.Our local supermarket is very handy (five minutes’ walk) but sadly lacking in variety and panache. The floor tiles are cracked, parts of it need a bloody good clean and the place is often in disarray, yet somehow it remains well supported by the local clientele. The head check-out Lady (who I suspect is the owner) rules the roost with stern authority and seldom seems happy. Yet after 10 weeks we have ...

    Some new adventures on the continent....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 07, 2015

    16 photos

    ... although I doubt that a breakfast at any of them will be cheaper than at the hotel.

    After breakfast I got my gear together, including a coat and hat, and headed for the Aguille du Midi cable car station. In walking through town, I noticed that there were a lot of sports shops, selling all manner of outdoor equipment including climbing gear such as Carabiners, rope, body harnesses, crampons, etc. There were also quite a few posh shops such as Swarovski, ...

    By James: Cog Railway, Gondola, Ice caves

    A travel blog entry by france-harrison on Jul 28, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... into the Glacier. It is huge but it has melted over the years. We then went for a walk to a Nature Temple which showed paintings of the glacier and an electronic story of how it was discovered. Then off to a Glaciorium (a museum about Glaciers). We were going to walk down the glacier but Mum had a headache from the altitude. We took the cog railway down again and Dad and I went to play basketball. ...