Hotel Chalet Alpage
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Of course as we knew this was our last day in Europe. Without hesitation for me this was the best day overall. It literally flew by in the blink of an eye. We woke up and headed the French Alps. Still I am surprised how we just drive in and out of countries without hesitation. Ariving at The Alps we got together, and got our tickets and headed to the cable cars. Overall this was an amazing experience that ...
... served all the ladies first.
Everyone said a little bit about their time on the trip and I talked about how I loved the experience, the people, and the food.
When we got back to the hotel a hung out for a little bit and then stood up writing a paper for another class, because I knew that if I was tired I would sleep on the plane. I went to bed for an hour then when I woke up I took a quick shower, packed quickly, and went down stairs to eat.
... uniforms too that were really cute.
When we were finish with dinner it was time to go back to the hotel and to pass the hookers once more. Even though we were by hookers I did not seem unsafe because I was with a large group of friends that I felt would protect me.
When we got back to the hotel it was time for me to go to sleep and to start backing my bags. I hung out with some friends before bed, but then I got really tired so I took off my make up and went to sleep.
It was a very cold but sunny day as Helen, John and I headed up to La Clusaz for our first day of snow sports. Unfortunately hundreds of others had the same intentions so there were queues at every turn, on the road, at the ski lift shop and to finally get onto the gondola to the top. but it was worth it.
Whilst some of the slopes could do with more snow, the skiing conditions were ...
... sponsored by taxpayers. This nauseating image popping into my head of our lovely president Zuma popping in there with several of his wives and buying expensive watches and jewellery whilst his loyal supporters back home don't even have running water. Anyway, enough politics for now - we had the privilege of being in one of the most prestigious cities in the world, so shouldn't be complaining.
We crossed the river/lake towards the left-bank via the pont du ...