La Grange aux Marmottes
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- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... our tickets for about 40minutes, not too bad, the lift line was well over 3 hours! We climbed 704 steps to get to the second level and then took the lift to the summit! We stopped and admired the views from the first and second levels and stayed at the top to enjoy the light up that occurs at the top ...
... You apparently need to book 1 week in advance for this place but luckily there was a table free. The meal was amazing! It was a designer style meal but it was really good. I had salmon wrapped in prosciutto with a prawn inside, Thai green soup and some greens, not a lot on the plate but the flavours were really good. For desert I had a macaroon with ginger and chocolate in the middle, with a passionfruit and mashed potatoes side- both were really ...
... thing to being like a bird soaring upwards on the thermal currents - shame we haven't got the courage to try it ourselves....or have we??? Another pleasant experience was meeting Derek and Pauline, a lovely couple from Birmingham, whom we spent a couple of mellow evenings with swapping travel experiences and supping wine. Co-incidentally Derek's brother lives in Alveley which is only a few miles up the road from us so no doubt we will be seeing them again sometime in the ...
... in their 80's and had great difficulty get out of the car and walking down to the restaurant that was serving drinks at that time. It was obviously the man's treat for them. The lady at the restaurant clearly observed all this and as they reached the terrace she came out with a sign saying 'bar ferme' and turned them away saying they could get a drink at our hotel next door. We thought that was very poorly done as she was still serving ones already there and it did put us off going ...
... t bothered at all by the fact that we were fully clothed in the sweltering heat - Mieke looking like a cross between mummy and a Muslima; she was being eaten alive. Peter in the tent, even Sheppie, all now scratching, swearing (not the dog), totally ****** off. It was all they could talk about.
Funnily enough, I didn't seem to appeal to the troublesome insects, no, not a nibble or a bite.
Well, all good things must come to an end, ...