Clubhotel Le Grand Aigle - Serre Chevalier
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... so much!! I will keep that video forever! The GoPro was definitely worth buying!
We have met so many nice and interesting guests. It's weird because I've never been on holidays where you sit with other guests and socialise as much as we do here in the chalet. It seems as though that it's what people come for.. as well as skiing obviously but I think we give great hospitality!
... ll be too old
by then. (Nothing but the Olympics can make a 22-26 year old feel ancient.)
Second, I’m still not fully insured by the French government yet, and that
would not have been good were anything to actually happen. Lastly, it’s really
hard to clutch with a broken left leg or switch gears with a broken right arm.
(Yes, I’m still blaming all of my problems on manual transmissions.)
Ètoile in Bonhomme
... to the top of the first one and I almost run over two people! Awesome! haha We make it down the first one and decide to go up another one. These blues had some drops that we didn't think we would be able to do, yet both of us were able to slalom down them! I wanted to end that sentence with "easily" but that would be a lie. It was quite scary at times and we definitely fell a lot! But, the fact that we did it, several times, was ...
1. Beware of your liquid cosmetics. At this altitude they will attack when you least expect it. Remove the lid at your peril. 2. People who live at higher altitude have more red blood cells (thanks Libra for that fact). 3. Nutella crepes taste just as good at any altitude! 4. At this altitude there are days when you can catch a lift through the fog and literally ski above ...
... lifts and gondolas here to get up the mountain and the runs are super long but quite easy to get down which is nice because that significantly decreases my chances of becoming a snow ball with skis. There are also cafés along the runs so you can stop half way down for a coffee or lunch. That is a novelty I think I could get used to!!! Yesterday we had a lesson with a French guy who I thought kept ...