Il Giardino dell'Artemisia
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Firstly a story I forgot to mention yesterday, I recounted it to Matt his morning, when we walking off down to watch Marni at ski school. When Marni and I returned from the pool, she wanted to put the code in to open the alarm, so I said okay then, push "2", she then pushed "5". I said, "Marni, let mummy do this one and you do the next one. You pushed 5 instead of 2."
Marni replied "oh, how embarrassing" and walked inside. ...
... Marni was looking tired, and it was ten past 3, so we decided I would take back to the chalet and the others would keep skiing.
Marni and I went back to the chalet, and arrived at around 4:30, slow going with her! She wanted to go for a swim, so we got changed and ready to go and walked the short distance the pool. We went in the spa (well kind of, I sat on the edge!) and the pool several times, swapping in between the 31 ...
... tired today so I took her down and back to the apartment about 2:30. I had to carry her so the 15min walk took me over 45 mins! It is really hard in the ski clothes as she is so slippery, plus the boots and helmets make her super heavy, and then she was like a big lump because she was so tired. Anyway, we had a lovely time just the two of us, she had a bath and some dinner and by 4:30 was ready for bed.
Brody, Matt, Nanny and ...
... Zermatt in just over one hour. After dropping Ron, Linda, and Sandy off at the train station in Tasch, which is as far as one can drive toward the car-free town of Zermatt, we picked up the little luggage cart, locked our car in the parking garage where it would stay for the 4 days, and got the next train to Zermatt, only a few minutes' ride. The luggage cart is available for 5 Swiss francs, and one can take it right onto the train into a special ...
No notes, just that Refugio Berthone was at the top of a huge climb out of Courmayer. stopped for ice cream in town &a look around. Deb had convinced us we were staying in a hotel in town, so much disappointment . Earlier in the day we'd lunched in a ski village above Courmayer. Left Elizabetha lodge & walked along the Lac de Combal. Then straight up ...