Hotel Acta Arthotel
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... and kept popping up at various locations throughout the museum to show us another 'important' artifact while at the same time giving him an opportunity to kiss the girls! He even gave us access to an area that had been cordoned off and allowed Kate and Roy to get up and close to a carving of Mary and baby Jesus from the 13th century for a photo! No one else got this chance.
The museum is located beside the cathedral and has an ...
... at 8.30am and finishes at 4.30pm, with a two hour break in the middle. St Josephs is a primary school, with children aged between 3 and 10 attending. The most surprising thing is that religion is not a major focus of the school with the parish priest only coming to the school twice a year at Easter and Christmas to explain the reason for the holidays. Prayer does not form a major part of daily school life and christian beliefs are not ...
... skiing rather than Alpine as well as snowshoe walking, sledding and cross country skiing. We were advised to avoid the weekends as it is very popular but during the week the fields are quiet and very relaxed providing an excellent time for unexperienced snow goers such as ourselves to enjoy some fun on the slopes.
Not being skiers, we were attracted to the large sledding field where there ...
... bought a fabulous derelict chateau in 2013 and they have asked me to come and help them with the renovations and various projects that they are embarking on. With my ability to speak French and my European passport together with my experience in conference organising, tourism, accounts and property management I hope that I will be helpful in my new role.
My job will be a jack of all trades including ...
... to the trip! There aren't any trains or airports into the country either. The entire country is so mountainous that straight roads aren't possible. Extremely long tunnels have been dug in some areas, but they don't get too far through the mountain. Before long we were again winding through the narrow mountain roads. To make matters worse, the roads were also being used by the locals for herding their livestock! We were in a traffic jam for about an ...