Residence CGH Le Hameau du Beaufortain
Travel Blogs from Villard-sur-Doron
... an angle! Flashing lights and music, too. Way too much fun! Then back to our apartment for an insalatone dinner on the balcony (playing restaurant as we got it ready). Storytime, and Kiyana was instantly asleep. Tomorrow we head to Annecy. SNCF train strike on, so the trains are very limited. Hope that doesn't mean they'll be crazy full. Will report on our day trip ...
... and stuff - can't remember exactly - that says it all doesn't it?) From Martigny, we were catching the Mont Blanc Express. There wasn't much at Martigny station - certainly no staff or an information desk. We found a timetable near a siding - there was construction work and we'd have to take a bus for about 28 minutes. That was okay - I'd suspected construction from someone's comments on Trip Adviser. Even though it ended up adding ...
... petit Palais de l'Isle in the centre of the Thiou canal, built in 1132. It was the primary residence of the Lord of Annecy, became the Count of Geneva's administrative headquarters, then alternately a courthouse, a mint, and finally a jail from the Middle Ages until 1865 and then again during World War II. It seemed to be the photo-magnet equivalent of the Rialto Bridge in ...
... Finding our hotel was another matter and took ages in the one way streets and the incompetence of our navigation.
We spend a quiet day - it is very cloudy on the top of Mont Blanc and we plan to wait until tomorrow for the visit.
We had planned to take at least one day trip to Chamonix but my cold got the better of me so we decided to stay put and soak up the sunshine and ambience here. We also had thought about going to Macon and trying some Pinot noir wine, but we can buy that here in a shop and we have seen some lovely vineyards as it is. We have ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center