Chalet Clair Matin
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... 1086;вет 72;ми и делом в орган 80;зации этого путеш 77;ствия! Я поста 88;аюсь расск ...
... we needed the Dr while we were there as Mitch got laryngitis and croup (his first sickness since we've been away) and luckily the Dr was open the week we needed him! However the local pharmacy was in their annual closure so I rushed into Chamonix to try to get the prescription fulfilled before all the pharmacies closed for their 2hr lunch breaks! Story of our lives; 4 months in Europe and I still forget or leave it too late to make the shops before they close ...
... side, and the town of Chamonix sprawled beneath us on the other side. The second Gondola ride was better as we positioned ourselves at the front of the Gondola and made sure both the boys could see out the windows.
When we arrived it was -10 degrees Celsius and the view from the top was spectacular. It was such a crystal clear day and we could see so far into the distance that we could see Switzerland, Italy and France from the one spot. Breathtaking doesn't even come close ...
... It went through tunnels cut through rock and over viaducts. We got glimpses of Chamonix and the valley down below as we chugged up the mountain. The boys were so very excited to be on such an amazing adventure.
When we got to the top to Montveners, which is 1913m above sea level, there was a little station and a historical old hotel, which was opened in 1880. We could see the incredible glacier winding its way down ...
... in order to house initially Political prisoners, but in the end everyone who opposed them came here. This was one of the most brutal, with all other camps being based on it. We have already said a fair bit on this shameful past in previous posts, but the following are some of the horror stories: - - guards would take the caps from the prisoners, and throw them into a no mans land area near to the perimeter fence. The prisoners would then be told to get their cap whilst ...