Want to come with me to this great little shop I visited in Chamonix awhile back? I don’t have the name handy, but it is located just outside of town, down the street from the Hotel Albert Premier and across the street from the marketplace… you’ll be able to find it, but write me if you need more details.
Want to go shopping in Chamonix, France??
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The enchanted home says
Beautiful!! We were in Chamonix about 20 years ago and I went thinking being a novice skiier I would be cruising down the mountain well…..it didn't quite happen that way but I was A LOT younger and threw caution to the wind, took a few brush up lessons and off I cautiously went…we had an amazing time, what a breathtakingful beautiful place!! Lucky you…I can see why you are having a hard time readjusting!
I always feel like that when I come home from a place I really really liked….as my husband likes to remind me, thats why they call it a "vacation"!
I Dream Of says
Emily, I'm all for practicing the art of procrastination, so adore your suggesting of a high-altitude shopping adventure! Wish we could put on the skis and swoosh away, reality has me a little flummoxed and befuddled and I would love to disappear for a few more days. Starting in Chamonix sounds like a grand plan. I've never been — I did visit Zermatt a few years back, but slipped on the ice and broke my elbow before I ever hit the slopes, oh dear. So I think an Alpine do-over is definitely in order. Or least some fondue and a little imagination…
HA! Too funny Emily – we should have coordinated our posts!! You are clearly a much better skier than I – my husband gave my new ultra shaped shorter skis for Christmas – always hoping that I'll improve. Little does he know that it probably won't make much of a difference!
Splendid Market says
EH – it is a wonderful place, love that entire range. Just to clarify, this trip actually happened over a year ago…but this seemed to be the right timing for these images.
Jeanne ~ OUCH! The elbow?? Fondue, raclette and chablis stateside may be in order!
Q ~ great minds…I'm going to include yours in my fb and tweets, when I get around to that. YOU are so good about twitter!!
Happy New Year to all of you!! xo ebh
Acanthus and Acorn says
This looks like an amazing place to visit. I haven't been skiing since high school, so I am most impressed!
red ticking says
happy new year emily!
i have been using the word befuddled lately and i see jeanne is using it here… i am glad to know we are all in the same boat… we just need to float thru the next week to get back to reality… and i am up for fondue anytime!!!! xoxo
wow just stumbled across your blog and *hello* new friend!! I should say neighbor *gig harbor* seems like next door in the world of blogging. Looking forward to getting to know you, happy new year!
My husband and I and our daughter skiied in Chamonix about 10 years ago and had a wonderful…no time for shopping then, but this looks wonderful!!
Splendid Market says
Kathy, thank you for stumbling in! I love Gig Harbor. Hoping to get back there sometime soon.