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Col des Aravis 1486m

December 29, 2011

Le jour après Noël, en retour de Grenoble depuis Annecy, j’ai visité le Col des Aravis à 1 486 m d’altitude. Voici 14 photos!

The day after Chistmas, returning to Grenoble from Annecy, I visited the Col des Aravis at 1486 m in altitude. Here are 14 pics!

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a teeny church!

a teeny church!

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@ Rhodos

Raclette @ Rhodos

Raclette @ Rhodos

Station de ski la Clusaz

Station de ski la Clusaz

Can someone give me the recipe for these?!

Can someone give me the recipe for these?!

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charcuterie, cornichons and potatoes (not pictured) for la Raclette

charcuterie, cornichons and potatoes (not pictured) for la Raclette

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part of the menu @ Rhodos

part of the menu @ Rhodos

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Links/Liens: Station de ski la Clusaz , Restaurant Les Rhodos

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Ps – There’s an extraordinary view of Mont Blanc!

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5 Comments

  • Reply Ella Coquine December 29, 2011 at 11:45 pm

    What is that in the 7th photo? Quiche pops? Whatever they are, they look really good!!!

    • Reply grenobloise December 30, 2011 at 9:26 am

      Yes.. little quiches with spinach and melted cheese inside. Not sure of exact ingredients though. Were so good- would be a hit at a cocktail party! If I figure out the recipe (or something close) I’ll email it to you.

  • Reply travelwithlaughter December 30, 2011 at 2:55 am

    Thank you for sharing! Is this in the French Alps? It is an area, I want to visit.

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