Lou Ressignon Chez Arthur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Lou Ressignon Chez Arthur Cogne
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... Val Ferret area. This is a real small hamlet with about 5-10 houses, a hotel and a bar/restaurant. Service was good, the shared washrooms were clean and dinner was tasty... Hopefully a better day tomorrow.... We've faced a few challenges on this trip so far, stinging nettle, wet backpack straps and long days, but I hope this last one is now behind us (pun intended) and we resume ...
... the main centre. Staying at a very nice hotel where we had a nice birthday dinner. Thought we would go for a drink after dinner but I am way too tired. And feet and muscles a bit sore! Couldn't have had a nicer birthday - with my family and lots of love, laughter, amazing scenery and good ...
... and various religious medals around his neck. He gave me the impression he was making his way from Rome to Santiago de Compostella and it seemed he was bemoaning the fact he hadn't eaten, or slept, or both, for a couple of days. His appearance immediately made me think of the Sancho Panchez character from the Don Quixote story, especially with him dressed in shorts, tartan socks and sandals, and pulling a suitcase on wheels with one hand and carrying an upholstered holdall ...
... refuge where Mary and Kuo Jen were staying. Further down the valley and across this river, I arrived at La Fouly where my cosy little refuge, Auberge des Glaciers was waiting. Tomorrow is my last day of my TMB - very mixed feelings about that :-( And I've just heard the news about the Malaysian airliner being shot down. It seems quite poignant that we were talking so much about Malaysia today as the story was ...
... ahead- either way I will still have 2 days to go. This side of Mont Blanc is quite different to the French side. There are green hillsides covered in flowers whereas at a similar height on the other side it was much rougher with huge rocky slabs and scree slopes. I'm now walking away from Mont Blanc but it still dominates the skyline whenever I look over my shoulder. I spent the late afternoon lying in the sun and chatting with Simone and James from London. ...