Aaron Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a 5 year break Then we went mad Bel air (red) ariondaz, grandes bosses, gravelles,altiport (beer and lasagna) bellecote, marmottes (red - got lost ) park City (red), found marmottes again, jean pachod (red), creux (2nd time), altiport (2nd time) , beer (large one) and finally pralong and bellecote back to the chalet !! we are knackered !!! But the sun was ...
... coffee", "no tea" - it reminds me of the lady on "come fly" tv program !! 1 1/2 hours later and after throwing our cases into our room (amazing view by the way) and we threw (not literally !) our skis into the local ski shop for a service we wandered down the road and found the 'Le Tremplin' bar Staggering up the hill - I am not walking up there again - 20 minutes uphill !!!! We sat in the ...
At the flying fox there was a squirrel that was like picking on us.
The squirrel scared Zara so she jumped on the flying fox and said push me to get away from the
About 20mins before we were going to leave it started SNOWING! We played in it a lot.
It was so much fun. ...
... Its only £1 for 3 rides around the track.
On Tuesday we went to visit York. We first went to the Jorvik Centre. This is a Viking centre where you go around like a ride seeing what it was like living in the Viking days. There are even smells that go with it.......it was a bit smelly in the Viking days 1000 years ago! Where the Jorvik Viking centre is, is actually where a Viking village ...
... The views were great.
The Tour de Fance is coming through York in a few weeks, and the city has a yellow theme to welcome them. Bunting, flowerbeds, hanging pots, and lots of old bicycles, all yellow.
As we were walking down Piccadilly looking for a chocolate shop, we came upon the Merchant Adventurers' Hall, built in 1357. It is the largest timber-framed building in the UK still used for its original ...