Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence La Ginabelle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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... plans for us and jetted to a friend at the group sales counter who had instant passes for us. This allowed us to spend time in the mountains as opposed to sweating on the ground.
The first lift took us to an intermediate stop, where we quickly lined up to board another lift that would take us all the way to Aguille du Midi and a height of 12,602 feet above sea level. All four of us felt dizzy and lightheaded ...
We were very excited to see blue sky when we woke up! Since the wether was good we decided to take the cablecar up Grands Montets. We only went half way and got off at Lognan (1972m) and hiked for 45mins to the Glacier d'Argentiere. It was beautiful! Mat did an extra little hike up to the snow line. After enjoying the serenity for a ...
... Perfect for a wintery summers day :) Since we were close we decided to walk to Switzerland! It was a 30min trail through the woods. We bought some Swiss chocolate, then jumped on the train back to Argentiere. It was still raining!! The weather cleared about 7pm so we did a quick walk through the mountains, then a quick dinner and bed. Rain rain go ...
... rgb(20, 24, 35); font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.0799999237061px;">I normally run with an MP3 player, listening to the prevailing BBC podcasts to keep up with world news and shunt the pain of training from my periphery. But I have since dispensed with this device, as the surroundings and the language, and the people, give you much to think about while training.
Today was a majestic run up to about 1500 meters ...
... 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 ...