Hotel Boule de Neiges (BDN)
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... Jorvick Viking Centre, the York Minister, walked around the York Wall and had dinner in the Guy Fawkes Pub (it was the old home where GF was born). Now we are Friday and went to the National Railway Museum and onto my Cousin Victoria's Home for the evening. What a great great evening. It's now Saturday and we went onto Aunty Chris and Neville's home for the rest of our stay. We went to a talk that Neville gave to a Church Group ...
... with an emphasis on the ‘char’) food in minutes! I’m sure the lights in the apartment block dim when I turn it on full power, and I’m half expecting a phone call from the Research Physicists at CERN (just down the road) to ask when our roast chicken is cooked, cos they need the extra amperage to run their particle accelerator.Still, things are progressing. We have cooked a few of the local Haute Savoie dishes, including ...
... at the entrance way, but with a distinct spin towards quality. I was thrilled to wander in there yesterday and notice hundreds of cases of 2001 Bordeaux Haut Medoc piled shoulder high, at the unbelievable price of €8.95 each. Carrefour is great for large weekly shops, where you can pile the trolley full with a huge assortment of delights and spend only €100 or so. Unless of course you get side-tracked by the isles of wines.The best supermarket ...
... about 10:00 I headed for the station with my transportation list. The hotel staff had given me a small card which they said would cover fare as far as Vallorcine, but that didn’t turn out to be the case.
I waited for a few minutes to see the same train departing today, so I’d know which track it was on. After that I headed for the ticket office, where there was only one agent working. There was only a small queue, but it was just my luck to ...
... are still partaking their ‘petit déjeuner’ at 10.30 am in the café’s around town, much to the delight of the local sports vendors, who rub their hands with delight in much the same manner as Arkwright the Grocer. These pseudo climbers certainly do their bit for the local economy, buying the latest titanium composite Ice Axe, or this season’s latest 14-panneled tri-beige climbing pants, so that above all else, they look good. They are ...