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On our way to Milan we decided to stop by the infamous Courmayeur for a couple of hours. We weren't disappointed! Although Courmayeur wasn't as big and appealing as Chamonix it was a picturesque town with ...
... flickering on the pist maps. There was only one slope left open in Les Grands Montets area and it wasn't groomed at all. So after having skied there twice we took off our ski boots (which is another big trouble) and we drove off to Brevent-Flegere once again. It was time for la Flegere that day. Most of the pistes were closed there too but ...
... had the time of his life. He is at one with this magnificent car.
The St Bernard pass is very cold but stunning in its
desolation. Lots and lots of motorbikes on the roads and all of them giving us
the foot wave as we let them through on the tiny twisting road. We return to
our chalet to shower and change, we have been invited next door for drinks. Louise and Jamie are the most fantastic
... our way between trolley buses and trams. We were told to watch out for taxis as they always go toward the airport but we do not see many taxis and trust our instincts and Mrs TomTom to find the international airport to pick up Ash.
But dear little Bobba we think is going to be far too small to fit us and all our luggage. We have no trouble finding the International airport and Geneva is just another big noisy busy city. But we are so glad we came extra ...
... s very convenient.
Filled up our wallets with Euros at the local ATM. Many of the refuges we will be staying at don't take credit cards. France is expensive, but Switzerland was worse!
We had dinner in the village at a sidwalk cafe -- pizza and wine!