Residence le Cheval Blanc
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... window as we peered into the chasm below.
Now, I give you the tip....Treas was seriously packing it! Seriously!
And I must admit, it was a bloody long way down, with absolutely nothing between us and the specks at the bottom that must have been houses....
... about sliding straight over the edge and down into the valley some 5 or 6 kms below us. Everybody had their own technique, and it was really funny watching everyone else, but only once you had got to the end yourself. We went downhill for maybe 2 and a half hours, by which time we were all thoroughly over it. We called in to see the local fromagerie, the cheese maker, whom our guide Nicole knew quite well. They showed us how the cheese is made, left to cool, and that it takes ...
... back. There are about 5000 to 6000 who walk around Mont Blanc each summer, and we are surprised there are so many we pass and leap frog, as we go. As we arrived at our lodging for the night we are surprised to see so many there, approx 80, including us. There were 4 children ranging from 7 to 10 y.o. Who had also been walking today. I At each lodge you can purchase soft drinks, beer, wine, coffee, tea, etc sometimes cake too. Tonight we share ...
... fashioned, but comfortable enough. Once checked in and showered we walked around the village to weigh up our evening meal options. There weren't many! We found a small bistro, just about the only place open on a cold, damp Monday evening, and ordered pasta, cep, a pitcher of local wine and some chocolate roulade to finish.
We wanted to make an early start the next day as we had a 100 km to cycle, including a lot of climbing, so we were early to ...
... opera's biggest names.
We took the bus to the main center and walked to the setting of Romeo and Juliet. Then we walked through other parts of the town and had dinner at an outdoor cafe in the main square. John and Jill were going to go to the art museum while Sally shopped but the ticket entrance closed an hour before the museum.
Tomorrow, we're gearing up for a 12 hour day trip to Venice. Time to get some sleep!