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... of Aosta Valley and the mountains all around. There weren't any shops open during early afternoon, turns out italians can't live without siesta. Either way it was a great town and it might even be our next ski location. ...
I've been to a lot of ski towns in the Alps over the past five years and I must say the ski town of Chamonix was by far the best I've been to. I'm afraid I can't say the same thing about ski pistes. There were four ''domaines skiables'' and we haven't had time to explore all of them. So we decided to ski in Brevent Flegere and Les Grands Montets ...
... help us with everything even translating for us on our arrival
with our hosts who we do not see or hear for the next 4 days.
Today we go up in the cable
car to the very top of Mont Blanc it is 3800 meters and quite a fast ride. I am
suffering from the altitude and it is very hard to breath and my lips are blue
by the time we get to the top. I struggle into the warmth of the ...
... our way between trolley buses and trams. We were told to watch out for taxis as they always go toward the airport but we do not see many taxis and trust our instincts and Mrs TomTom to find the international airport to pick up Ash.
But dear little Bobba we think is going to be far too small to fit us and all our luggage. We have no trouble finding the International airport and Geneva is just another big noisy busy city. But we are so glad we came extra ...
... on a tin of Cassoulet to try. Turned out to be a bit average, which should be expected I suppose. How could it possibly compare to the real deal. Sam also got a Tortilla (Spanish potato omelette concoction) ready to heat, which we grilled in the pan to get some colour. It was really tasty, and would have gone well with Sams Bacon and Scrambled eggs and Baguette.
Had a couple more of the Leffe 'nectar’ I purchased yesterday, and also bought a new ...