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Travel Blogs from Val d'Isère
Sunday June 1 and Monday June 2
Days 39 and 40
His take on the day:
The drive from Davos was quite long and a bit tiring for an old man!. We went South again, through the 6.6km long San Bernardino Tunnel, nearly down to Milan, cutting the edge of Lake Como, then finally back into the Italian Alps just 20km from France. The final hour was horrendous with ...
... previously how businesses close for 2 hours in the middle of the day, when staff go home for lunch. You wonder how a viable economy could survive working those sort of business hours, well add to that some of the other great inefficiencies....On Thursday we caught the bus down to Albertville, we'd previously travelled there by train, but it seems that on some routes, busses replace trains at certain times of the day and on certain days of the week. The ...
... When I looked at their banner I couldn't help thinking they really were Less Tones.........www.lesstones.com
One of the activities on the mountain for young inebriated men, is the Water Slide. The idea is for skiier or snowboarder to fly down a slope and skim across a pool of water, while fully clothed and on their board or skis. Skiiers are generally better than boarders. A few pictures are included of these athletes.
Salut mes chatons,
Susa Italy was a very cute little town nestled in a valley halfway between Briancon and Turin. We did not spend much time there but since it was the destination of our carpool, we decided to check it out before continuing to Turin. We went to a local restaurant and ate some pizza, and wandered the streets a little bit before heading to the train station.
And that's about all!
From Italy, with love,
The forecast was correct - sunshine and clear blue skies after three days of poor visibility and high winds! Our plans was to do two peaks in one day. Turns out that was a bit ambitious as, after the snowfall of the previous two days, there was a risk of avalanches which meant the top slopes were out of bounds until the all clear was given. They set off 'cannons' - which are giant pipes dotted over the mountains that ignite gas and ...