Les Chalets D'Edelweiss
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Just a few photos from the Ski holiday so far - won't bore you all with tales of daring red runs, lost snow chains (thankfully not this year, so far) or off piste escapades, but the attached photos are a way of sharing our holiday with family and friends ... Don't worry, there will be far more to come in the ...
... we drove to neighboring Saint Nicolas de Veroce to look at a Baroque Church and a museum of sacred art. It started raining again this afternoon so our view has disappeared again, but we will all absolutely hold this in our memories.
The home exchange house is a lovely wooden chalet in large grounds - it's not really a garden - just a lawn with mole hills. The house has been fairly recently built we think, but to a ...
... we got off and had to climb some stairs. Air gets thinner the higher up you get, who knew? I was definitely feeling the altitude, and was a little short of breath, and my heart was pounding faster then ever. I underestimated how high we really were. Three small steps and I had to stop, that was uncomfortable. Besides getting a little height sickness, (don't know if that is real, it definitely is, I just don't know the technical term for it, but it sucked) the view was breathtaking. ...
... was winter like, and in Chamonix it was in the 60's. The town of Chamonix reminded me of a ski town like any I have visited in the United States. There were a lot of ski related stores, and if we had time, I would have loved to ski down Mont Blanc.
After leaving the mountain, we had another 2 hour bus trip back to Geneva. The bus dropped us in an area across the city from our hotel. Most of us ...
We got up at a good time this day and took the tour bus to the French Alps to Mont Blanc to go see Aguille du Midi. This was an open day where we could all go off and see and take pictures of what we wanted. I think this was the first time that a lot of the students where ever up so high at such an altitude and all were very excited. We then met up later on to have lunch in the city of Chamonix which is the city at the base ...