Hotel Le Palace des Neiges
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Just a few photos from the Ski holiday so far - won't bore you all with tales of daring red runs, lost snow chains (thankfully not this year, so far) or off piste escapades, but the attached photos are a way of sharing our holiday with family and friends ... Don't worry, there will be far more to come in the ...
... it proved to be very good exercise, overall it was a hilarious day filled with many slips and slides. Other than skiing and boarding Chamonix also has many tourist attractions. Bex (a friend who I have met here) and I spent a morning at the famous Mer De Glace. We caught the slow moving Montervers Train and spent our time marvelling at the glacier, exploring ice caves and brushing up our history knowledge of ...
Friday we decided to have the obligatory Big Night Out of the holiday. I met up with Muriel and Jonas for some après in the Marmotte (which was actually the best bar I went to for the whole trip, the band was great and the bar was packed). Even the animal head attached to the wall got into the spirit, sporting his own ski goggles and a smirk. After tea (which was made marginally more entertaining by the French ...
... favourite conditions (mainly because it puts most other people off. And the least obstacles I need to avoid, more's the better for my snowboarding). And we were off piste in some trees which probably helped my enjoyment. The snow was unreal, I spent most of my day nose first in drifts up to my thighs. In fact I spent most of the day face first in the snow, but that doesn't matter (nor hurt so much) in lovely fresh snow. I just ...
... down the street a few times thinking I was going a bit mad, I spotted some friendly looking people and asked for their help, and they asked me to join them. Jonas is a Brazilian dentist and Canadian Cam has just left high school (!), and they're doing a season in Tignes. Except that I wasn't going mad, the chairlifts were mainly closed. We eventually found one that was open, queued for 45 minutes, and then hiked up the back to try the off piste. And then I ...