Britannia Leeds Bradford Airport
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... a 5 year break Then we went mad Bel air (red) ariondaz, grandes bosses, gravelles,altiport (beer and lasagna) bellecote, marmottes (red - got lost ) park City (red), found marmottes again, jean pachod (red), creux (2nd time), altiport (2nd time) , beer (large one) and finally pralong and bellecote back to the chalet !! we are knackered !!! But the sun was ...
... and all 4 of us (no just kidding) Chambary airport is a shed beside a strip of Tarmac - really looking forward to spending 2 hours here next Sunday - check in desks and departure gates are all in the same room with a coffee stall and small gift shop that only seems to sell toborone bars and local tea towels Asking for a cup of tea whilst waiting for the Manchester flight to come in I was ...
... and the main course was fantastic Alcohol free beer - certainly the last alcohol free I will be drinking this week !! For those not in the know Courchevel is in the french Alps. We fly from Stanstead to Chamberry and then have a 3 hour coach transfer Courchevel is made up of three villages at various heights up the mountainside hence we are staying at Courchevel 1850, the highest ...
Met Niall in London and Andy from PPM thought we lived there and introduced us to Niall as his 'new neighbours' to which he replied with 'I know" (you defo don't know cos it's not true but ok Niall) the drove to Liverpool for their concert (didn't go in), followed their van into Liverpool, sat outside the arena and followed what we thought was their car to a service station in between Liverpool and ...
... We followed a wide track across Wessenden Moor to Wessenden Head Reservoir before joining the Kirklees Way which passed Wessenden and a herd of young deer. Canada Geese were quite at home on the water but other than them and a few mallards the bird population had better ideas than to be out in this weather. The rain did however ease for a while which enabled us to enjoy the wonderful shapes and contours of the Wessenden Moor. We turned off the ...