Maeva Residence Le Chamois Blanc
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... guests ready to depart. Yep, making sure they are packed, have returned hire gear and that they have car keys and passports etc for tomorrows journey. And we have to check again in the morning.
Sunday is transfer day. Guests out about 1030am, then the whole place has to be cleaned from top to bottom, 5 course dinner prepped, tables laid, afternoon tea laid out, before 4.30pm when the next lot arrive. The standard is there should be no trace of the previous lot when the ...
... straight down too, with the odd turn! At the bottom this time we went to the La Cha restaurant which was much nicer that the one that we have been having lunch at, but we couldn't possible get there with Marni! We enjoyed another Vin Chaud, which was much better than the first and Brody had a hot chocolate and tasted his sucre block.
The weather was beautiful again today, late this afternoon, the clouds started to come ...
... bottom and slowing down to reach the carpeted area. She was also getting on the rope lift on her own. She only had a couple of falls, usually due to a traffic jam on the rope lift when one of the kids had fallen over. We determined that in the afternoon we would try to reinforce the snow plough. (Marni had other ideas, but we will come back to that!)
Nanny and Grandpa went off to go and do the Aillouds blue run.
After ski ...
... of vertical to reach the top. On our last 2 sunny days Stew & I did some hikes. One with Mitch & the 11 year old lab. They did amazingly well to both walk nearly 7kms. Another hike was just Stew & I and we reached >2000m as we got above the snow line. Beautiful. Bit sore the next morning. Other fun days included a short day trip to the charming French ski town of Megeve. The leaves changing colour are pretty special to see. And some indoor ...
... at the col before realizing that we still had a significant distance to travel to get to our days final destination - Argentiere, and it was already later afternoon. We started heading in the direction indicated by the map, but after travelling for about 45 minutes realized that we were just too tired to continue on the mapped route and would rather make our way down to the town of le Tour. We followed a dirt road to the top of a cable car station (this is a ...