/ Geneva chamonix transfer ?

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mike123 - on 08 Feb 2013
I know this comes up a lot but I usually drive so ignore the threads , who are the main providers ? One often advertises on here , but can't recal the name ,?
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kevin stephens - on 08 Feb 2013
In reply to mike123:
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mike123 - on 08 Feb 2013
In reply to kevin stephens: Having a bad day ? I suggest beer rather than acidity . :)
kevin stephens - on 08 Feb 2013
mike123 - on 08 Feb 2013
In reply to mike123: See i m in a very convial hostelry enjoying a few fine pints of very fine gold , and a friend of a friend comes over and asks the above question , I say "it's something like Cham bus " I google that and get no joy , so say " I bet some one on ukc will know " , would it really have been too much trouble to type nothing more than Cham express , ? Obviously not . Have a good weekend , mines starting off well .
Ben Briggs - on 08 Feb 2013
Uisdean hawthorn - on 08 Feb 2013
In reply to mike123: try the alpy bus
blurty - on 08 Feb 2013
In reply to uisdean hawthorn:
> (In reply to mike123) try the alpy bus

ChamExpress are V reliable, used them many times

I've heard they end up picking up Alpybus punters, when Alpybus cancel because of insufficient passengers to make a run worthwhile. (I have no persoanl experience of this though)
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jamesshare - on 25 Feb 2013
In reply to blurty: I've used Chamvan and Alpybus.
Never had a problem with either and they drop me at the door of my apartment in Argentiere (just up the road from Chamonix)
They all charge about 50Euros return.

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