Residence Le Hameau Du Borsat
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... imagine rock-climbing at that altitude, we were breathing hard after climbing the stairs. Next stop was the Mer de Glace, Europe's longest glacier resting in the valley between high peaks. After a train and another cable car we were greeted with the sight of the glacier with its pockets of frozen blue ice and the sight of the hundreds of stairs we had to climb down to get to the ice cave (our destination). Most impressive were the skiers ending ...
... of Aosta Valley and the mountains all around. There weren't any shops open during early afternoon, turns out italians can't live without siesta. Either way it was a great town and it might even be our next ski location. ...
... Even though there were a lot of not groomed pistes, the first day of skiing was enjoyable. The slopes weren't as great as it were in la Plagne or Sölden but it wasn't too bad either.
The second day however was a complete disaster. Somehow with the not-so-drastic snowfall most of the pistes were closed! You could see the ...
We left Barcelona early for our flight to Geneva. We picked up our car, a beautiful new VW Passat! We headed straight for Chamonix. The drive towards the mountains was beautiful. As soon as we arrived in Chamonix we got the chair lift up to the top of Augille du Midi, not far from the summit of Mont Blanc. Unfortunately it was an overcast day so there were lots of clouds around, but we got to the top ...
... layer of clothing we walked to the L'Aiguille du Midi cable car. We were on the first car to ascend the mountain that day with 40 other people both tourists and mountain climbers alike. <br style="color: rgb(102, 102, 102); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; line-height: 25.2000007629395px;">Nothing can quite express the whole experience of ascending a majestic mountain to its snow ...