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... about a hidden gem. It had Roman ruins, an Art Gallery with Rodin sculptures among the many and an Auto Museum. They had a sculpture in every roundabout. It certainly was The Art Village. The only disappointment (aside from the cost of lunch-I don't know how anyone affords to live in Switzerland) was that the Ice Rink was closed. Dinner tonight at the American Dinner in town. It was a little different to last nights fancy affair, but nice just the ...
Just a few photos from the Ski holiday so far - won't bore you all with tales of daring red runs, lost snow chains (thankfully not this year, so far) or off piste escapades, but the attached photos are a way of sharing our holiday with family and friends ... Don't worry, there will be far more to come in the ...
... walk around the city on our own rather than continue touring with our guide. Once we got back to the hotel, we still had some time before we went out to dinner for our last night, so I went on a run with one of my classmates and ran all the way to the botanical gardens and back. It felt nice to go for a run in an unfamiliar city.
The final dinner was really nice. We all took turns talking about ...
We got up at a good time this day and took the tour bus to the French Alps to Mont Blanc to go see Aguille du Midi. This was an open day where we could all go off and see and take pictures of what we wanted. I think this was the first time that a lot of the students where ever up so high at such an altitude and all were very excited. We then met up later on to have lunch in the city of Chamonix which is the city at the base ...
The destination of Chamonix was a last minute decision. But a great one! Stew's parents were joining us and we found a perfect chalet on Airbnb for 2 weeks in the little town of Argentiere (about 7km up the valley from Chamonix). We arrived on Saturday the 1st Nov and the Sunday 2nd Nov was the final day that the famous cable car, Aiguille de Midi, was open until late in December. What a day we had! Perfect blue skies and no wind. First attempt to buy tickets ...