Tignes 2100 Hotel

Address: Rue de la Poste, Tignes, Savoie, Rhône-Alpes, 73220, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Rue de la Poste, Tignes, is near The Development Centre and 333 Ski and Snowboard School (Ecole 333).
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      Travel Blogs from Tignes

      One week, two hangovers.

      A travel blog entry by emmawilcox on Dec 08, 2014

      ... so I will work abroad until those are done with, as I somehow need to pay to get to NYC and back for one wedding! After that is when the travelling really begins! And I cannot wait. I HOPE and PRAY that my best friend is able to join me in Italy next year and we can travel the world like we have said we will do for the past ten years! And to the boys who inspired me to get up and go, THANK YOU! I'm not quite doing it on your level yet but, I'll ...

      Exploring Northern Italy

      A travel blog entry by dscottprod on Sep 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... Italian villages to pick up and drop off the locals going about their day - fascinating.

      Arriving in Aosta, we weren't sure what to expect, but walking around, soon discovered the many ancient ruins from the days of the Roman Empire - arches, bridges, fortresses, towers, and even a huge Roman ampitheater.

      The streets were made of stone and narrow and windy and fun ...

      Wondering again if we can finish...

      A travel blog entry by dscottprod on Sep 08, 2014

      7 photos

      ... of the entire trip.

      Bonatti was one of the better refuges, and even though we slept in a dorm it was an enjoyable place to stay. The etiquette at the refuges is that you remove your hiking boots near the entry -- there's usually some kind of "mud room" or tiny place to store your boots in a cubbyhole. You walk around the place in sandals until it's time to leave.
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      France to Italy

      A travel blog entry by dscottprod on Sep 06, 2014

      14 photos

      ... sound of cowbells and sheep bells was common everywhere we went. Very peaceful. We were rarely near any roads or the sound of cars. On some stretches of the trail we saw no one for an hour or two.

      We reached another very high mountain pass that took us from France into Italy. Switched from saying "bonjour" to everyone to "buongiorno" Stopped for lunch and were treated to some of ...

      We All Live in a Yellow Submarine!

      A travel blog entry by dscottprod on Sep 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... was decorated very creativly with farm tools, cheese making devices, cowbells, vintage pictures, old french cabinets and such.

      After dinner, the refuge hosts rolled out a player music box that she cranked, pulling a though a roll of stiff paper with holes in it. Suddenly we were listening to the Beatles "Yellow Submarine"! Everyone in the dinning room, no matter where they were from, knew it and we all began singing along.

      Kinda surreal...
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