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I am looking for a romantic but "value for money" place to stay in Grenoble whilst on honeymoon in March 2014 (27th, 28th, 29th). I am not very keen on staying in an hotel and would prefer to stay in a guest house/bed and breakfast place. I am from South Africa, any help on places to stay would be greatly appreciated.
I'm looking for high-end/top of the line type of gear for about 5 days. A few places online have "performance" packages for just a bit over 100 euro (for 5 days). I wouldn't mind paying that or even a bit more for good equipment.
Any recommendations as to where to look, and also a place with a decent customer service, so that they can fix any issues that may come up, exchange gear midway, wax boards/sharpen edges if needed?
Can anyone advise the best train route from Chamonix to Paris and what is a better time to depart?
We will be arriving to Chamonix from Zurich Airport by train on December 24th. We are travelling with a Swiss Transfer rail ticket that allows us to travel all the way to Chamonix but Les Houches is extra. The train we are travelling on to Chamonix continues on to Les Houches. Is there any way to buy tickets directly from the conductor so that we do not have to get off the train and wait for the next one? I have tried to book the ticket on the SNCF website and it should cost 19.5 Euros for the whole family but there is no way to have the ticket delivered to us. There does not appear to be an option to buy online and PRINT the tickets. If I select mail delivery and enter United States I get re-directed to Rail Europe where I will be charged a total of 65 Euros which seems outrageous for the 15 minute journey. Any ideas?
i will be in chamonix from 22 tell 24 Dec , this is my first time and we are 2 adult and 2 kids (12- 10) , we never skied and experienced the snow before, i need advice about what to wear to be worm , where to go , and what to do there , where to eat .your recommendation much appreciated .
Hello, my wife and I intend driving from Nice at the end of January for 3 days and then on to Paris. Could I get some help in making my decisions: (apologies for the copious questions)
Is winter the fine to visit Annecy?
Are the roads safe - will soft tyres do on the rental car or do I need chains?
Do I understand correctly that the best route from Nice would be by via Geneva?
Do I need to book accommodation in advance my stay to get a 'reasonable' price?
To travel to Paris from Annecy do I need to head towards Lyon?
If the questions are too many, I am happy to do the research if I am pointed in the right direction.
Thanks in advance - Pratul
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