Residence CGH Le Nevada
Travel Blogs from Tignes
There’s fast jazzy pop music playing at a clement volume from the café here which adds to the relaxed feeling at the end of the day. It’s that in between period between the daytime and night time activities. Which seems to involve either sitting outside a café, shopping or walking. None of it done with any ...
I went on the Montenvers mountain railway this afternoon. I found out this wasn't just a trip on a mountain railway, but a visit to an ice cave as well. In fact the station at the other end of the railway at Montenvers is by a glacier. Or what’s left of it.
When the railway was built in 1913, the glacier would have been about level with it. Now that ...
... when necessary. And anyone that flouts it names and shames themselves.
I can’t help but think that such a scheme would be met with uproar if introduced in the UK. But it’s difficult to compare when geography and weather, as well as vehicle use all contribute to the severity of the problem and necessity of such mitigation efforts.
Anyway, I never though I’d see the Chamonix valley looking all smogged-up like ...
... with outdoor bar, deck chairs, bean bags, and Jacuzzi. Immediately the Wham! song Club Tropicana came into my mind. And I admit a bit of me wished I was taking part in the bronze-skinned, shades and cocktails lives of those living it up in the sun. Another time, another place. ...
... which is just big enough to serve its purpose and tasty enough to want to eat after ice-cream?
Gérard Bellay have a fairly basic sales pitch: loads of flavours of ice-cream and nine price levels ranging from a cone with one ball to a cone with ten balls (but no option for nine balls). So if you’re partial to a bucket of KFC you can have a 'bucket’ of ten ice-cream balls for pud. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking