Travel Blogs from Val d'Isère
The day started with a fabulous breakfast, which was included in the price of 110 Swiss francs, at Hetel Alexandra in Locarno. I had muesli, yoghurt, cheese & 3 meats bread roll, kiwi fruit juices & coffee; Bryan had a coissante & no muesli - heaps to choose from. We weren't catching a train until 10 to 11, so walked around the lake. This town loves flowers and also has a fantastic park lakeside; the park has a map to ...
Tuesday June 3
His take on the day (and her photos):
It was a quick drive up from Aosta, only about an hour, leaving Italy behind, travelling through the Mont Blanc tunnel (11km) and exiting into ...
Sunday June 1 and Monday June 2
Days 39 and 40
His take on the day:
The drive from Davos was quite long and a bit tiring for an old man!. We went South again, through the 6.6km long San Bernardino Tunnel, nearly down to Milan, cutting the edge of Lake Como, then finally back into the Italian Alps just 20km from France. The final hour was horrendous with ...
... forgotten. This had been a great experience. There was a bit of rain on the drive back home, but nothing to slow us down too much. Once back at home, we both had an overwhelming feeling of tiredness. After our hot lunch neither of us were that hungry, so we walked to the nearby shopping centre to grab a sandwich, and then headed straight back yo the hotel. It was now only 7:30pm but I couldn't keep my eyes open to write my blog so I turned in for the night. ...
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 ...
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