Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Le Village
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Travel Blogs from Bourg Saint Maurice
... It was our turn to cool tonight but since Sandrine couldn't get to the shops we didn't have a lot of food to work with or practice the menu plan so Tim whipped up a couple of Frittatas, a goats cheese pie, nicoise salad and a chocolate cheesecake - so we had a lovely informal dinner tonight. Sat 8 - Time to start the deep clean, not a fun task did this for 3 hours then popped to Pap 2 for Tomato Soup made by Dave then we went for a walk with Megan to get ...
... in the oven. Had some more training in our resort group until 4.30pm then back to the kitchen to finish prepping the meal where we were nonstop right up until service which was at 8pm. I quickly planned out a Welcome Speech which we had to practice as we will be saying this to the new guests that arrive every Saturday. It's just a few ground rules for the chalet and to let them know important things like meal times & our day off! Me & Tim ...
... a welcome meeting in the hall, then collected our uniforms - T-shirts/Fleece/Ski Jacket & Apron. We were told that we would be cooking the first meal of the week tomorrow - a 3 course dinner for 15. Went back to the room to unpack & for a nap until 6pm when - not really wanting to get out of bed - we went back to the restaurant for a free welcome mulled wine, so it was worth getting out of bed. It was pretty ...
... home with the trailer and get ready for our season. Had a text today to say that there was snow falling in the resort, but not enough for them to open as planned on Saturday. You really need to be Val Thorens for that! There is a big dump forecast next week for us. I sort of envy the guys here the resort and the busy season ahead of them, but wouldn’t want to run the chalet again.(Good luck Jeremy and Renee – you know what I mean! )Stefan and I are happy to be doing it for ...
Hiking around Mont Blanc: France, Switzerland & Italy
Next stage on our trip was a hike around Mont Blanc, Western Europe’s highest mountain at 4807 metres above sea level. There is a recognised circuit of tracks round the Mont Blanc massif of about 170 kilometres, crossing 10 passes with a combined climb of over 11,000 metres (cf Everest’s 8,848m) with a number of variants offering differing strenuousness and viewpoints of the mountains. The ...
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