Chalet Le Pot De Miel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Yesterday we took a field trip to the French Alps. It was by far the most beautiful thing I have ever seen and I had one of the best days of my life there! I never truly understood why everyone was so in awe over the mountains (all of them, not just the Alps) until I got to see the sunrise come up over the tips while climbing up the side of the mountain range. It was so breath taking ...
... hill, so much so that I ended up walking down that hill and picking up from there (I have awful form but my method was working most of the day). When I made it back down the hill and stopped, I decided it was time to stop doing things that could potentially hurt me and my clumsy self so I took my skis off and sat down in the town for awhile to just enjoy the scenery.
The resort has wifi surprisingly so I texted a few people to let them know I made it ...
Finally got my laptop back, forgot this at my dad`s place a couple of days ago. It`s not that i`m addicted to my laptop, I just realized that I forgot my laptop when I wanted to write this entry.
Last week I opened an Australian bank account, at the Commonwealth bank. This was fairly easy to do, the only tough question for me was "when are you planning to enter Australia". As I said in my last ...
... and family back in Canada a little less.
After soaking in all the fresh air and clean water and powder skiing we could in 10 days, (it was so nice to see the kids detached from electronic devices!), we headed home to Lyon and to our new flat, leaving the snow and a little Christmas magic behind us.
... ski shoes. On that note I don't know how people carry skis and poles and gloves etc around without looking like fumbling mumbling idiots. Seriously. Our guide "tweety" ran us through the basics. I didn't do too bad apart from crashing into my friend who had no travel insurance. Whoops. The days went on and I survived even managing to do a green run from the very top. We were trusted to accompany tiny 4-5 year old ski little persons on chair lifts. They ...