Auberge Du Pere Bise
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... 7pm-5am), and ended up getting lost in the multi-level city. We eventually asked for directions, trudged through the "downpour," and made it to the train station in time to narrowly avoid hypothermia. It had gotten to be so snowy that trains out of the city were delayed, but we made it back just fine. Interestingly enough, the most interesting part of the trip was learning that the public bathrooms in Switzerland, besides Geneva, are ...
... and Ian (Australian & English) and Suanne and Lance (USA & English). Debbie and Suzanne seemed determined to dance me off my feet and I loved it. Of course I stopped for some reflection on past NYEs, but the pace was such that I didn't have much of an opportunity. The night went so fast it was midnight and then 2.00 am seemingly in a flash. When we left the party was still in full swing and apparently went on until daylight.
It snowed again overnight. Another good fall so skiing is definitely now on the agenda. In preparation we travelled through postcard perfect scenery back into La Clusaz to organise final equipment. The countryside in all directions was blanketed in white with snow heavy on rooftops and as it was just minus 3C snow remained thickly where it had landed on tree foliage. The forests of fur trees with ...
... things I would do if I got lost on this mountain. We walked through the alpine meadow and came to a cafe which was also a farm where they made cheese. There were milking machines in the shed and massive cow bells hanging outside. But unfortunately the cafe was closed until next week. There was such a good view from 1500m high. So we went back down and saw all the things that we saw on the way up. We got down to ...
... and reconnecting, he refuses our aid in preparing the meal or setting the places, and proceeds to make us the most delicious turkey and rice pilaff I have ever eaten. As is traditional, we ate slowly and talked much, with a second course of cheese and a third of strawberries and yogurt, all accompanied with gratuitous amounts of ridiculously cheap high-quality vin and smoke breaks for those who partook. Needless to say, a splendid French evening even before our ...