Les Suites de la Potiniere
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... I'm still very confused as to how they stay up there and don't plummet to their deaths. Snowshoeing proved to be a super fun experience with a heavy reliance on balance, which apparently I don't have too much of. But I only fell once, everyone in the group fell at least once, even our chaperone!
Then we got to spend some time in the village, it was so quaint. There was the ...
... can get some of the effect.
So back to my first time skiing...ever.
I did 4 runs today before my body told me I needed to stop. My first run down the bunny slopes was kinda awful (as expected for a newcomer). I couldn't stop, or turn so basically I did what I could to slow down and ended up wiping out hard many times.Thankfully I had Katy with me who is from Colorado who talked me through it and got my confidence back up. After the first run, ...
... your name in very small print on the other. My jacket like most has a small zip pocket on the left sleeve to hold this card and when I collected it I folded the ski run map into the same pocket. You tend to then forget about it and just extend your arm towards the scanner to activate the system. I never really looked at the map as we generally went as a group with our guide Ludo and I just tagged along.
With the "man flu" giving me ...
... up the wall at a 90 degree angle. If you bent over the basin to clean your teeth your backside hit the far wall, but the breakfast was great, the French sure know how to do crusty bread with ham and cheese and the croissants were to die for.
As a "team" we decided to spend our first afternoon skiing together and as soon as we had got fitted out for the rental skis this whole idea fell apart. These guys are COMPETITIVE. Almost everyone races mountain bikes and ...
... de Fouviere basilica, is the illumination of the words "Merci Marie". On the final day, the locals put their own candles in their windows... the symbol of a light inextinguishable by any darkness.
Extra special for us was the fact that Luke was performing in a play (written by his class) in the Musee ...