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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I have taken the first step and MOVED TO FRANCE. I can't even believe it. I can't wait until I have some more exciting things to write about. When I find my feet a bit more and settle into work, I'm going to venture away on my own some more. Maybe get the train from Albertville to 5 stops away and see where I end up and what's there. I've heard a lot of good things about a lot of places nearby, and am using my Europe travel guide to help me along the ...
So, I've officially moved to The Alps for around 6 months. It is so cold I can't even believe it and there is no snow. My first day at work was painfully tedious and I spent the full day folding tea towels but I guess someone has to do it. Not much to report, nothing exciting has happened yet. We're pretty much in the middle of nowhere, with our apartments about ...
Car unpacked and sold.....26,000km and eight months of loyal service! Now all we have to do is cull all this stuff we have accumulated. We're hoping to find a charity shop in Annecy that will take it all......shoes & clothes, chiller bag, thermos flask, pillows etc etc. The good thing about having a car ...
... it up.
We all felt light-headed and breathless from the very high altitude. We could only take a few steps at a time and often had to rest to get our breath back. There were many terraces to explore which offered different views and aspects of the incredible mountains. There were some extreme sports enthusiasts at the top. We saw some guys abseiling off one of the connecting sky-bridges, just for fun. There were many skiers and snowboarders that were taking ...
... below us. It is the largest glacier in France at 7km long and 200m deep... AND WE WENT INSIDE IT!!
There was a small gondola which took us down closer to the glacier, but we still had to walk down 430 steps to get inside. The steps were built on top of the ice and rock and were quite wobbly at times. Heading down, we could see the marks above us on the rocks showing the height of the glacier in previous years. As ...