Hotel Club Vacanciel Courchevel
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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 ...
... hill, so much so that I ended up walking down that hill and picking up from there (I have awful form but my method was working most of the day). When I made it back down the hill and stopped, I decided it was time to stop doing things that could potentially hurt me and my clumsy self so I took my skis off and sat down in the town for awhile to just enjoy the scenery.
The resort has wifi surprisingly so I texted a few people to let them know I made it ...
... We've spend the whole evening and night in the bus from Rotterdam to arrive around 10 am here in Val Thorens. The rest of the day I've spend snowboarding on the very white slopes here. Unfortunately the whether didn't really help us, during the whole day snow was falling (and still is), together with a lot of wind and a temperature of minus 11 made it hard not to feel frozen or to see any contrast at ...
... crowd being funneled by nylon netting fences into the four gate system for this chairlift. Just then I got a new message letting me know that the group had moved to another slope. Reaching for my map I discovered that my zip had come open and although the map was still there my ski pass was gone! Bugger! I had travelled up on one of the longest chairlifts then skied several hundred meters to "Glaciers" and that small white credit card could ...
... ski resorts Val D' Isere is a collection of shops selling ski clothing, restaurants and bars and expensive experiences. The lifts are extensive and the free shuttle buses come every few minutes helping you get to the slopes as quickly as possible. We all met up each day for lunch on the slopes and the chalet has dinner and breakfast catered by a great young Belgian couple. The first night we went for dinner in the rather small dining room I regretted not taking my Bose ...